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Bone Suckin' Yaki
(Teriyaki Style)

(Yes Gluten Free) We work very closely with the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University and this is Gluten Free!

In the style of a teriyaki, but with an organic cane juice base, this sauce is lower in sodium than traditional teriyaki and loaded with flavor. A subtle hint of garlic combines Italian balsamic vinegar, soy sauce and sesame oil to bring all the great taste you've come to expect from the Bone Suckin' Sauce line, with an Asian flair.

Want something incredible for dinner?  Try Bone Suckin' Yaki Steak tonight and impress your family!  (Recipe Below)
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"Nothing beats salmon grilled in a crispy glaze of
Bone Suckin' Yaki."
House & Garden - Magazine.
#1 says New York Daily News!

You will LOVE the subtle hint of Garlic blended with Italian Balsamic Vinegar, Sesame Oil and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  Yaki is similar to teriyaki but richer and smoother in flavor while lower in salt ! Buy Now

 Bone Suckin’ Yaki Perfect Steak
Grilling the perfect steak is no problem with Bone Suckin’ Yaki!

Bone Suckin’ Yaki, 13.25 oz. jar
Ribeye Steaks, 4

Directions: Pierce steaks with fork several times on each side. Place steaks and Yaki in a re-sealable bag. Marinate in refrigerator for at least one hour. Remove from refrigerator and let stand 20 minutes at room temperature.

Bone Suckin' Yaki Steak
Preheat grill to high. Grill steaks for 5 minutes on each side or until desired temperature. (Rare/130°, Medium Rare/145°, Medium/160º, Medium Well/165º, Well Done/170º) Remove from grill, let stand 5 minutes to allow the juices to redistribute and serve. Click Here for more Bone Suckin' Recipes.
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