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Condiments in Japan: So-su (Sauce)

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When you just say "sauce" (pronounced so-su) in Japan, it usually means a thicker version of Worcestershire sauce. We recently discussed it here! It's an essential condiment in Japan. Without it, korokke (pictured) and tonkatsu will suffer. You can't make yakisoba and okonomiyaki. Some people even use it on sunny-side up egg or a bowl of rice. More

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