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LAURAAT Posts: 1,506
10/30/12 3:20 P

Ahh, perfect! Now I remember seeing that somewhere, too. Thanks so much, I will definitely give the soy sauce a try, and maybe branch out to marmite too.
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STEPFANIER Posts: 841
10/30/12 11:58 A

Hi! You could swap in a bit of low-sodium soy sauce or add a few dried mushrooms instead. Vegemite/Marmite adds umami (flavor/depth/richness) to the dish.

LAURAAT Posts: 1,506
10/30/12 9:17 A

In a lot of recipes on sparkrecipes, I see marmite or vegemite being called for. Here is an example:
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=1417432

Can these ingredients be substituted, or skipped altogether? I realize it may change the flavor a bit, but would it be a drastic change? I don't want to hunt down and pay for an ingredient I would not use often.

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