Tastes: IN THE KITCHEN with Sam Gugino: The Joy of Soy

Sam Gugino
Issue: December 31, 2006

Ever wonder why you don't see a lot of sauces in Japanese cooking, the way you do in French cooking, for example? Restaurateur Roy Yamaguchi thinks he knows the reason: soy sauce. "Soy sauce is the one item that goes with almost anything in Japan—rice, vegetables, eggs, meat," Yamaguchi says.

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