Thai sweet and spicy sticks recipe tweak advice

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keahunter

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Hello! I made some sticks using a recipe that i found and they came out really good. I want to tweak the recipe in the next version to include soy sauce (for more thai flavors). I am concerned with the salt content, however. How much would you lower the salt (and water) to account for the salt in the soy sauce?

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slavikborisov

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following.. As i wondered the same thing with a jerkey recipe i was doing that involved 10g/kg salt but it has a volumetric measurement of soy and Worcestershire sauce 1 cup of soy 1/2 cup of W sauce for 12lb of meat. it turned out great but id still like to see some method to the madness calculation for reduction due to sodium in salt.
 
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