Definition of tamari in English:

tamari

Line breaks: ta¦mari
Pronunciation: /təˈmɑːri
 
/
(also tamari sauce)

noun

[mass noun]
  • A variety of rich, naturally fermented soy sauce.
    More example sentences
    • Kale is delicious seasoned with brown-rice or umeboshi vinegar, natural soy sauce, tamari, or toasted sesame oil.
    • He also cut up a variety of vegetables, including bell peppers, broccoli, kale, and zucchini, sautéed them with garlic and tamari (a wheat-free soy sauce), and served them over brown rice.
    • Diversity is beautiful: Buy food in a variety of textures and colors because they contain more vitamins and minerals, and set up a pantry of staples - olive oil, tamari, wild rice, sea salt, a variety of legumes.

Origin

Japanese.

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