Gluten Free Oyster Sauce, Healthy Boy, 28 ozAdd to cartDiscontinued
Healthy Boy produces the very best sauces from state-of-the-art modern equipment, with a focus on using the highest quality ingredients and all natural fermenting.
Their new oyster sauce is 'Gluten Free', just launched for export to USA.
Ingredients: Water, Oyster, Sugar, Fructose Syrup, Salt, Thickener, Modified Tapioca Starch, Monosodium Glutamate, Caramel Colour, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Benzoate
This is an excellent quality oyster sauce with true oyster flavor. Similar to extremely popular Megachef Oyster Sauce.
All Natural. Store at room temperature.
Product of Thailand.
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Work quickly and you can create this dish quickly, just like this:
1. Thai Street Vendor Video makingn ladna on the spot, or
2. This Vendor Preparing a Basic Pork Ladna.
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