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Kikkoman USA 11h
thank you! Respect among competitors is always something to be proud of.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 26
depending on why that bottle is in a bag, that could be a good thing or a bad thing. Hoping it's good?
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Kikkoman USA Mar 26
Today is AKA the perfect excuse to make Asian Ravioli.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 25
can you DM us your email?
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Kikkoman USA Mar 24
A guaranteed slam dunk no matter who wins.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 23
😂
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Kikkoman USA Mar 23
next stop: Mars! Thank you!
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Kikkoman USA Mar 23
yes. We sell a gluten-free soy sauce too!
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Kikkoman USA Mar 23
best part is if it doesn't work out, you know where to find us.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 23
the cucumber overlords are here. Luckily we can make them tasty.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 20
we also make a gluten-free soy sauce (different ingredients though).
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Kikkoman USA Mar 20
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Kikkoman USA Mar 19
heartily approved. Remember, a little dab'll do ya!
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Kikkoman USA Mar 19
soy sauce adds salt to food, you just have to add less to get there. But like salt, ingesting insane amounts of it is foolish
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Kikkoman USA Mar 18
hmm you might want to bring it back to the store. They might be keeping things on the shelf a liiiitle too long.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 17
Hi! Could you follow and DM us. We have a surprise for you!
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Kikkoman USA Mar 17
this is a fantastic statistic. The best statistic. Other statistics are a disaster. Soy!
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Kikkoman USA Mar 17
Kikkoman Soy Sauce only contains 4 ingredients? And it's been traditionally brewed that way for over 300 years.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 16
we like folks with conviction. Respect.
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Kikkoman USA Mar 16
yup, so if you want less sodium, you can use soy sauce instead of salt to flavor your meals.
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