Bragg liquid aminos, also known as Bragg’s Liquid Aminos, is a non-fermented soy sauce used to season foods. Bragg, the manufacturer of this product, has trademarked this seasoning. Further, Bragg claims that this product is a good source of amino acids, containing 16 of the 20 amino acids found in nature.
- Bragg advertises this product as a seasoning for salads, soups, dressings, vegetables, tofu, rice, beans, stir-fries, potatoes, poultry, casseroles, meats, jerky, macrobiotics, fish, popcorn, gravies and sauces.
- The manufacturer also claims that the production process for this product uses non-genetically modified, or non-GMO, soybeans with purified water and the product has received certification from the non-GMO Project. You can use Bragg Liquid Aminos as a substitute for tamari and soy sauces.
- Bragg Amino Acids is a processed food product containing 310 mg of protein. As a source of protein, Bragg Amino Acids has less than 1 percent of your daily recommended protein value. The product does not, however, contain many of the chemicals found in other types of condiments, making this product a reasonably good choice to add flavor to other food items.
- Great source of delicious, nutritious plant protein!
- Great on salads, veggies, rice, beans, tofu, poultry, fish, popcorn, meat and potatoes.
- Can be used in dressings, soups, stir-fries, gravies, jerky and casseroles.
- May contain MSG.
Source: LiveStrong, http://www.livestrong.com/article/480423-what-are-braggs-amino-acids/