Soy sauce, used in a wide variety of Japanese culinary dishes, is said
to be "the flavor of Japan."
But the dubious choice to add soy sauce to milk and sugar and pack it in
a punnet has made the condiment a standout pick to headline the Wackiest
World of Japanese Ice Cream and possibly soy, er, soiled the reputation
of ice cream as we know it forever.
Soy sauce ice cream was not a simple choice to lead, though, considering
it was competing against such flavors as pit viper, Indian curry, miso
ramen and salad.
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