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Gaba fermented soy milk 2015/1/21 17:49
Hi,
Back in Tokyo I bought some kind of soy milk from a Lawson 100 store in Odaiba. It said on the sticker it contained gaba and from a previous question 2 years ago it was said to be fermented soy milk.

They have started selling soy milk (non GMO) in the shops here but none seem to taste like the one I found. I can see no "gaba" on the containments.

There are with sugar and without avalable. Not sure if the milk is fermented though.
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Re: Gaba fermented soy milk 2015/1/21 20:43
I don't think GABA affects any taste difference. GABA is a lactic acid fermentation food.
Buy a KIBUN soy milks.
http://image.excite.co.jp/feed/expub/Ouchi_style/2011/E1321274596040/E...
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Re: Gaba fermented soy milk 2015/1/27 17:51
I found the picture here;

http://s23.postimg.org/87eh5bpej/P6071130.jpg
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Re: Gaba fermented soy milk 2015/1/28 22:17
It says "reasonable sweetness". Meiraku adjusted the sweetness flavor and I suppose you didn't like the taste, it often happens.

I recommend you to try this, Kibun soy milk(to-nyu) tea flavor. You can find at major supermarkets. It tastes good.
http://www.k-tounyu.jp/03_lineup/03-008.html
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