Coconut aminos is a sauce made from the nectar of the coconut blossom, commonly referred to as the sap. The sauce is made from tapping the unopened flowers of a coconut tree, then fermenting the resulting nectar with a little bit of salt added.

1. Perfect substitute for a soy sauce

Coconut Amino Sauce is a Gluten-Free, Non-Soy, savoury seasoning sauce, that tastes and looks similar to a soy sauce with a slightly sweet and mild flavour, which works as a perfect substitute for a soy-sauce.

2. Benefits to People with dietary sensitivities

It is free from any chemicals or preservatives, naturally gluten-free and vegan-friendly, which is helpful for people with sensitivities to additives

3. It can help you restraint your sodium intake

Coconut aminos still has a fair amount of sodium, but is a healthier choice than soy sauce and other superfoods, with around 300mg less sodium per tablespoon. So, coconut aminos can be a great swap for anyone avoiding soy and gluten or looking to limit sodium, while still enjoying the savoury punch that soy sauce can bring to many dishes.

4. Supports immune and muscle growth

It has a combination of some of the essential amino acids, which are helpful for building muscle, cell signalling and immune function, moreover, a little bit of iodine in it supports metabolism and thyroid function.

5. Use it for dips, sauces and dressings

Coconut aminos makes a tasty dipping sauce for sushi and rice rolls. It can also be added to homemade stir-fry sauce (mix with a honey and sesame oil) or salad dressing (mix with Coco Earth Liquid Coconut Oil, some cider vinegar, or tahini).