Low FODMAP
Teriyaki
Sauce & Marinade

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

$5.99

Introducing a Low FODMAP teriyaki sauce with endless possibilities.

Marinate, drizzle, and glaze your favourite dishes with mouth-watering flavour.

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)


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  • Ingredients

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

    Contains: Soy, Sesame.

  • Nutrition Facts

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
42%
(5)
25%
(3)
0%
(0)
25%
(3)
8%
(1)
A
Alex T. (Hamilton, CA)

It tastes pretty good, but I also had IBS symptoms from it like another commenter

G
G. (Laval, CA)
Teriyaki Sauce

I really enjoyed the teriyaki sauce for stir fries, however I also enjoy it as a marinade for kebabs…yummy. I tried it for the first time for kebabs and I liked it. Will purchase again.

R
Rena I. (Niagara Falls, CA)
IN LOVE!

Such a good sauce! I love having it with rice. It has a really great flavour. One of my go to’s!

R
Richard T. (Thunder Bay, CA)
Maybe

It's okay only if you mix it with another sauce (like soy, or home-made teriyaki). On its own, it tastes (and smells) awful.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
42%
(5)
25%
(3)
0%
(0)
25%
(3)
8%
(1)
A
Alex T. (Hamilton, CA)

It tastes pretty good, but I also had IBS symptoms from it like another commenter

G
G. (Laval, CA)
Teriyaki Sauce

I really enjoyed the teriyaki sauce for stir fries, however I also enjoy it as a marinade for kebabs…yummy. I tried it for the first time for kebabs and I liked it. Will purchase again.

R
Rena I. (Niagara Falls, CA)
IN LOVE!

Such a good sauce! I love having it with rice. It has a really great flavour. One of my go to’s!

R
Richard T. (Thunder Bay, CA)
Maybe

It's okay only if you mix it with another sauce (like soy, or home-made teriyaki). On its own, it tastes (and smells) awful.