Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce 1 Gallon Jug For $10.48-$11.71 Shipped From Amazon


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Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce 1 Gallon Jug For $10.48-$11.71 Shipped From Amazon

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The OU Says generally Worcestershire sauce may be added to meat, but one should reach out to them on a case by case basis.

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  • LEA & PERRINS Worcestershire Sauce is cholesterol free, fat free, preservative free & gluten free
  • Consists of 80% less sodium than soy sauce
  • Perfect for dipping sauce, stir-fry sauce, and beef marinade
  • Adds flavor to chicken dishes, turkey, beef, chili, pasta and salads
  • Contains 756 servings of 1 tsp & 5 calories per serving
  • Perfect for those keeping kosher

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What portion of this Worcestershire sauce is Anchovy?


OU just told me that “the fish is not batel in this product.”


So this post is useless

As a cosmetic?

Maybe it’s good with Impossible / Beyond products? On pizza? In a mixed drink?


Mixed drink? I like to chew my herring not drink it!

Texas Totty

You could make a lot of chex mix!

Spices made from mountains = a nice earthy taste

But is the fish that is >1.67% of this product (but presumably 20 times (or an appropriate multiple if the fish is >33%) the size of the amount of sauce being added?

If I understood the article correctly, their offer is to answer whether an OU-fish on a product is just for the manufacturer’s convenience (but it’s actually <1/60 fish) or for “real” such that it would be subject to such a k’peida if one were setting out to be makpid not to do that (which the article acknowledges the existence of shitos that say one should), but that they hold that me’ikar hadin one may lechatchila be mevatel something mutar (fish) in something else mutar (meat) even if they are items that in combination would have been assur had the ratios been closer so there was no bittul. (They do seem to muddy the waters on that point a little by pointing to a possible difference between an issur in its own right and something we treat as assur because of sakanah.) On the other hand, if the sauce were itself <1/60 fish, their understanding seems to be that even those shitos would lechatchila allow adding it to meat since it’s already a parve (not fish) sauce even before it’s added to the meat dish.