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Sprite and soy sauce

chowser Apr 19, 2014 06:33 AM

I was just reading a book (fair at best) about this as a drink--not regular soy sauce but artisan soy sauce. Has anyone had it? I'm wondering if it's along the lines of peanuts and coke, salt and sweet, and far better than expected?

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  1. tim irvine RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 08:53 AM

    Proportions?

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      chowser RE: tim irvine Apr 19, 2014 11:21 AM

      It didn't say but I think it was a glass of sprite with a tiny bit of the soy sauce. I can't imagine any more or it would be a salt bomb.

    2. SnackHappy RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 11:37 AM

      "not regular soy sauce but artisan soy sauce."

      Yeah, that makes it sound so much more appetizing. Why aren't they using artisanal Sprite?

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        chowser RE: SnackHappy Apr 19, 2014 02:25 PM

        Perhaps if the book had been about artisanal sprite, it would have been any generic soy sauce and artisanal soy sauce. It was interesting reading about the difference in soy sauce.

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        Tara57 RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 01:48 PM

        Sprite and soy sauce might make a nice marinade - sweet, sour, salty, umami. I can't imagine it as a drink. I hope someone will try it and report back.

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          chowser RE: Tara57 Apr 19, 2014 02:26 PM

          I was thinking that it is a great blend of flavors. They did talk about how everyone hesitated when presented with it but then loved it.

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            DagingKuda RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 04:35 PM

            I'd think if you're open to doogh, you'd be open to this.

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              tatamagouche RE: chowser Apr 20, 2014 01:05 PM

              Likewise, it sounds great to me!

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              rudysmom RE: Tara57 Apr 20, 2014 10:30 AM

              i have used it as a marinade for chicken, but it would NEVER occur to me to drink it straight up!

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              Tara57 RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 03:00 PM

              What book, by the way?

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                chowser RE: Tara57 Apr 20, 2014 07:43 AM

                This book:

                http://www.amazon.com/Soy-Sauce-Begin...

                As I said it was fair at best but an easy read. The part about the soy sauce was interesting.

              2. Chemicalkinetics RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 04:39 PM

                You mean like mixing Sprite with Soy Sauce? For whatever reason, my gut feeling tells me to avoid this. :P

                1. ipsedixit RE: chowser Apr 19, 2014 05:14 PM

                  Has anyone had it?
                  ___________

                  Not voluntarily.

                  Were you chatting it up with Laverne's Chinese cousin, by chance?

                  1. NonnieMuss RE: chowser Apr 20, 2014 08:17 AM

                    Why hasn't everyone tried this and reported back yet? I don't have Sprite in the house, or I totally would, just to see.

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                      MagicMarkR RE: chowser Apr 21, 2014 11:51 AM

                      I wonder if it refers to "dark" soy sauce, which is much less salty, and actually has a rather molassasy taste.

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                        chowser RE: MagicMarkR Apr 21, 2014 12:47 PM

                        No, it's made by hand and not mass produced with chemicals. It's a longer, more arduous process.

                        http://www.sandiegofoodstuff.com/2013...

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                          MagicMarkR RE: chowser Apr 21, 2014 03:29 PM

                          Oh, ok. Well, how about adding a pinch of wasabi and your good to go!

                      2. JungMann RE: chowser Apr 21, 2014 03:07 PM

                        I have not heard of Sprite and soy sauce as a drink, but those two ingredients are often used as a marinade for Filipino barbecue.

                        1. Fleetfootfarms RE: chowser Jul 12, 2014 06:00 PM

                          I just finished the book that mentions this, and googled sprite and soy sauce, which led me to your question. I am going to get some sprite and add the soy sauce. Everyone in the book loved it......of course the book was fiction......but i will report back.

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