Chicken stir-fry is one of my favorite things to make on the evening of a busy day. All of the vegetables, meat and sauces can be made earlier in the day and then ready to toss together the minute you walk through the door.
Yes, it contains soy, but when properly fermented and raw, tamari contains probiotics that are beneficial for the gut and it’s also gluten-free! A few companies, such as Ohsawa, make tamari the old-fashioned way, brewed in wooden kegs and allowed to age and ferment.
It’s my go-to for homemade stir fry and I like it WAY more than coconut aminos. You can purchase Oshawa fermented tamari from your local health food store or on Amazon.