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Blue Dragon soy sauce just 25p in Lidl stores!
Blue Dragon soy sauce just 25p in Lidl stores!

Blue Dragon soy sauce just 25p in Lidl stores!

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Highly popular branded Blue Dragon soy sauce for just 25p in Lidl stores Nationwide.

Have not seen this anywhere for less than 89p so pretty decent price and definitely one of the best soy sauces on the market.

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great price - everytime I buy this its goes by its sell by date before I can use it again - now i can throw and buy again....HOT

Voted hot, any idea if they have the low salt option ?

Jeeeeeso !!!!!! thats some size of bottle !! lol

I wish this drink was part of the Boots meal deal.

RowanDDR;3532908

I wish this drink was part of the Boots meal deal.


You bin drinking ? ;-)

darren9030;3532969

You bin drinking ? ;-)



Mmmm, bin drinks, my favourite.

Doberman Pharaoh;3533024

Mmmm, bin drinks, my favourite.


Whole world's going crazy. Why are we up at this time anyway :whistling:

Kikkoman is the only Soysauce I use Not voted:thumbsup:

Geemac;3533371

Kikkoman is the only Soysauce I use Not voted:thumbsup:



Yeah, I bought this Blue Dragon stuff once, it's just tasteless black juice. Back on the Kikkoman now.

Banned

i Normally buy the real stuff from my local Asian supermarket for about £1.35 for 1 litre it`s much better than this stuff.

Geemac;3533371

Kikkoman is the only Soysauce I use Not voted:thumbsup:



kikkoman japanese soysauce

bluedragon is a chinese soysauce

two diff products :whistling:

mattmerch;3533984

kikkoman japanese soysauce bluedragon is a chinese soysauce two diff … kikkoman japanese soysauce bluedragon is a chinese soysauce two diff products :whistling:



JUst as devils advocate....

Would you choose to buy Chinese products over Japanese products generally speaking?

When I lived in Hong Kong (for 6 years) virtually all Chinese restaurants exclusively used Kikkoman - but I'd happpily use this stuff - I have a 500ml bottle of Soy Sauce from Lidl (NL) which was about 89c and it's just fine.

The brand name is Vitasia and it's called Ketjap Manis over here....:whistling:

Just been into the Blackwater branch and I was charged 75p. I needed some anyway but I would have gone for Kikkoman too.

Probably one of their regional offers

gtd65;3534112

JUst as devils advocate....Would you choose to buy Chinese products over … JUst as devils advocate....Would you choose to buy Chinese products over Japanese products generally speaking?When I lived in Hong Kong (for 6 years) virtually all Chinese restaurants exclusively used Kikkoman - but I'd happpily use this stuff - I have a 500ml bottle of Soy Sauce from Lidl (NL) which was about 89c and it's just fine.The brand name is Vitasia and it's called Ketjap Manis over here....:whistling:



I wouldn't! If I can find an alternative which isn't from China I'd go for that one.

After the Chinese baby milk catastrophe who knows what goes into anything from China. If some ruthless Chinese companies are prepared to poison babies who knows what they'd put into normal food?

Just walked out of Tonbridge Lidl and it's 75p in there. Yep, using mobile broadband to broadcast this shocking, credit crunching news.

gtd65;3534112

When I lived in Hong Kong (for 6 years) virtually all Chinese restaurants … When I lived in Hong Kong (for 6 years) virtually all Chinese restaurants exclusively used Kikkoman


Well from my experience they probably just bought the bottles years ago (because they look good and impress the customers) and now they just refill them from huge generic industrial catering supply vats. Many restaurants over here do the same.

The best soy sauces are Japanese, Korean or Maggi (not soy but used like soy by chinese as it was foreign imported stuff with high quality control and is typically Made in Belgium in Europe). Some Malaysian soys are also excellent (Golden Cockerel) made by overseas Chinese. Kikkoman has a better flavour and less salt, the main contribution to flavour is the additional of barley to the soy beans. The Japanese food industry had a period of severe contamination from industrial effluent in the 50's and 60's. They have cleaned up their food to a very high standard. China and Vietnam are going through this phase now. If I were you keep an eye on the government's web site for warnings from time to time ]http//ww…qa/ and ]http//ww…ina and food.gov.uk/enf…fry

splender;3540452

The best soy sauces are Japanese, Korean or Maggi (not soy but used like … The best soy sauces are Japanese, Korean or Maggi (not soy but used like soy by chinese as it was foreign imported stuff with high quality control and is typically Made in Belgium in Europe). Some Malaysian soys are also excellent (Golden Cockerel) made by overseas Chinese. Kikkoman has a better flavour and less salt, the main contribution to flavour is the additional of barley to the soy beans. The Japanese food industry had a period of severe contamination from industrial effluent in the 50's and 60's. They have cleaned up their food to a very high standard. China and Vietnam are going through this phase now. If I were you keep an eye on the government's web site for warnings from time to time ]http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/webpage/soyproductsqa/ and ]http://www.foodstandards.gov.uk/enforcement/alerts/2006/jul/marcapina and http://www.food.gov.uk/enforcement/alerts/2007/jun/costastirfry




:thumbsup: Great information, Thank you!

sburley;3537229

Well from my experience they probably just bought the bottles years ago … Well from my experience they probably just bought the bottles years ago (because they look good and impress the customers) and now they just refill them from huge generic industrial catering supply vats. Many restaurants over here do the same.



You are probably right on that one :thumbsup:
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