davidE asksed: What is a good soy sauce alternative, that is paleo friendly, even partially. I used to make a lot of stir fries and japanese food and would like to get back to both.
If your concern is mostly wheat and you are okay with the occasional bit of Soy, then Tamari is a good wheat free soy sauce alternative.
There is also Miso. Although it too is made of Soy, it is less processed compared to other products and goes through a fermentation process and as a result is also high in probiotics.
Another option is Coconut Aminos. Not as salty as Soy sauce but has the same (some say better) flavor base.
If you happen to live in South America or have access to South American condiments, then you can try Pebre. It is made of coriander, chopped onion, olive oil, garlic and ground/pureed spicy aji peppers.
Balsamic vinegar is another possibility. If there isnt enough tangyness then keep adding salt to it until you reach the desired taste.
Finally, if you want a soy and wheat free you could make your own soy sauce substitute. Generally that involves 4 tablespoons of Balsamic Vinegar, 4 table spoons of beef bouillon, 2 tablespoons of dark molasses and a cup and half of water. Season this with white pepper, salt and some ginger (i used fresh, and a quarter teaspoon should do) to your liking and boil it down till it is about a cup. It took me about 20 minutes though the original recipe said 15.