Low FODMAP
Teriyaki
Sauce & Marinade

No Onion, No Garlic, Lactose & Gluten-Free!

$5.09 $5.99

Introducing a Low FODMAP teriyaki sauce with endless possibilities.

Marinate, drizzle, and glaze your favorite dishes with mouth-watering flavor.

Fody’s Low FODMAP, gluten-free Teriyaki Sauce is perfect for sensitive stomachs and made with only the best gut-happy ingredients like gluten-free tamari, toasted sesame oil, ginger, and Himalayan pink salt. Made with no onion and no garlic.

Say yes to eating well, then feeling well.

Size: 8 oz (236g)


QTY:
  • Ingredients

    Water, Tamari (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Alcohol), Rice Wine Vinegar, Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Pineapple Concentrate, Arrowroot Powder, Toasted Sesame Oil, Ginger Powder.


    Contains: Soy.

  • Nutrition Facts

Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
65%
(41)
13%
(8)
8%
(5)
10%
(6)
5%
(3)
S
Sherri
Excellent

Delicious and easy on the stomach!

S
Susan H.
Love It

I love a restaurant we have in Colorado, Tokyo Joes. It's similar to Japanese food. I can get the bowl of rice with salmon that has no seasoning on it. When I get it home, I add the Teriyaki Sauce. It tastes SO good!

M
M.I.
Thin...

Being Japanese, this Teriyaki sauce is too watery and tastes thin. Teriyaki sauce should be more thick and strong. Teri means shiny and yaki means bake in Japanese. I don't see any polish on the baked meat... and flows like water without staying on the meat. That thin.

B
Barbara
Perfect marinade

This is delicious on pork ribs in a crock pot! The flavors cook into the meat and are flavorful perfect.
This is a tasty marinade/sauce for those with gut senstitivities to garlic, onion, and gluten. Everyone seems to Love it!
Wish it was easier to find in the stores though.

Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
65%
(41)
13%
(8)
8%
(5)
10%
(6)
5%
(3)
S
Sherri
Excellent

Delicious and easy on the stomach!

S
Susan H.
Love It

I love a restaurant we have in Colorado, Tokyo Joes. It's similar to Japanese food. I can get the bowl of rice with salmon that has no seasoning on it. When I get it home, I add the Teriyaki Sauce. It tastes SO good!

M
M.I.
Thin...

Being Japanese, this Teriyaki sauce is too watery and tastes thin. Teriyaki sauce should be more thick and strong. Teri means shiny and yaki means bake in Japanese. I don't see any polish on the baked meat... and flows like water without staying on the meat. That thin.

B
Barbara
Perfect marinade

This is delicious on pork ribs in a crock pot! The flavors cook into the meat and are flavorful perfect.
This is a tasty marinade/sauce for those with gut senstitivities to garlic, onion, and gluten. Everyone seems to Love it!
Wish it was easier to find in the stores though.