Carnivore Soy Sauce (No Soy)

You won’t believe how easy it is to make a delicious, carnivore friendly soy sauce alternative right in your own kitchen! This recipe is perfect for those following a carnivore diet who still crave the umami flavor of soy sauce.

Carnivore Soy Sauce (No Soy)

By using beef broth or bone broth as a base and adding shrimp powder or anchovy paste for depth, you can create a savory condiment that will elevate your meat dishes to new heights. The best part? You can make a big batch in your slow cooker and store it in the fridge, ensuring that you always have this tasty sauce on hand.

So, let’s dive into this simple yet game-changing recipe and discover how to make your own carnivore “soy” sauce! Oh, and don’t forget to also check out my carnivore sushi recipe!

Carnivore Soy Sauce

👍 Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Carnivore-Friendly: If you’re following a carnivore diet, this soy sauce alternative is perfect for you!

Umami Flavor: The beef broth and shrimp powder (or anchovy paste) combine to create a delicious umami flavor that will enhance your dishes.

Slow Cooker Simplicity: This recipe is incredibly easy to make using a slow cooker, allowing you to set it and forget it.

Healthier Alternative: By using beef broth instead of soy, you’re avoiding potential allergens and creating a healthier condiment.

 Soy Sauce

✨ Recipe Ingredients

To make this tasty carnivore soy sauce (but without the soy!) you will need:

  • 6 cups Beef Broth or Beef Bone Broth (fat removed)
  • 1 1/2 tablepoons Shrimp Powder or 1/3 teaspoon Anchovy Paste
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons White Vinegar (optional)

👨‍🍳 How To Make

Follow these steps and make this carnivore diet friendly soy sauce:

Step 1

Add the beef broth, white vinegar, and shrimp powder (or anchovy paste) to a slow cooker. Leave the lid partially open so liquid can evaporate.

Step 2

Cook on high for several hours. Then turn it to low and leave it to evaporate for a few more hours (or overnight). The liquids should reduce by about 70%. Store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator.

Step 3

If, after refrigerating, the sauce is too thick, place the bottle in warm water. Enjoy! For longer term storage, once a week, pour the whole bottle into a pan and bring to a boil (for 40-60 seconds).

Meanwhile, wash and clean the bottle. Pour the sauce back into the bottle and return to the fridge.

Carnivore Soy Sauce (No Soy) Recipe

💡Tips

1. Slow Cooking for Optimal Flavor Development

One of the key steps in creating a delicious carnivore soy sauce is allowing ample time for the flavors to develop and concentrate. Using a slow cooker is an excellent way to achieve this, as it allows for gentle, prolonged simmering without the need for constant monitoring.

When slow cooking, it’s essential to leave the lid partially open to allow for liquid evaporation. This process helps to concentrate the flavors and thicken the sauce to the desired consistency.

Be patient and resist the temptation to rush the process, as the longer the sauce simmers, the more complex and rich the flavors will become.

2. Proper Storage 

Once the sauce has cooled, transfer it to a clean, airtight glass bottle and store it in the refrigerator. Glass is preferable to plastic as it does not absorb flavors or odors.

To extend its shelf life even further, it’s recommended to bring the sauce to a boil once a week. This process helps to kill any potential bacteria that may have developed over time. 

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Ingredients
  • 6 cups Beef Broth or Beef Bone Broth (fat removed)
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons Shrimp Powder  or 1/3 teaspoon Anchovy Paste
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons White Vinegar (optional)
Instructions
  • Add the beef broth, white vinegar, and shrimp powder (or anchovy paste) to a slow cooker. Leave the lid partially open so liquid can evaporate.
  • Cook on high for several hours. Then turn it to low and leave it to evaporate for a few more hours (or overnight). The liquids should reduce by about 70%. Store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator.
  • If, after refrigerating, the sauce is too thick, place the bottle in warm water. Enjoy! For longer term storage, once a week, pour the whole bottle into a pan and bring to a boil (for 40-60 seconds). Meanwhile, wash and clean the bottle. Pour the sauce back into the bottle and return to the fridge.
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Course Soup
Cuisine American
Keyword Carnivore Soy Sauce

Nutrition

Calories: 70kcal
Cook Time: 5 hours
Total Time: 5 hours
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 70kcal
Cost: $5

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