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Jan 7, 2007 04:36 PM

Teriyaki Sauce MIA

Costco used to carry a teriyaki sauce that was extremely viscous and not too sweet -- in other words, perfect for grilled salmon.

However, I can't seem to find it anymore and the Costco people haven't been able to help me.

I can't remember the name -- I wanna say 'Rainbow' teriyaki or something along those lines.

Anyone else know what I am talking about? And where I could get some? Or maybe another brand that has similar characteristics with regard to viscosity and lack of (over)-sweetness?

I am in Orange County, California. Thanks in advance.

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  1. Try Soy Vay very very teriaki-

    1. That is the Trader Joe's stuff, right?

      Don't like it too much -- very watery, too salty and too sweet (if that is possible).


      1. Was it "Rice Road?" It's not in Costco any more but I saw it at Smart and Final.

        1. I buy Soy Vay at Whole Foods- don;t shop at TJ's so don;t know if they sell it. It is definitely not watery-usually have to get it out of the bottle with a knife!Not too salty or too sweet either

          1. Costco in New York used to carry Yoshida's Teriyaki sauce - very thick. It was our favorite on salmon, but I haven't seen it recently.