Classically, ramen chefs added shoyu broth to chicken and pork ramen, but it's not uncommon now to find it in tonkotsu and beef broths. You want a prominent soy flavor in shoyu, so don't hesitate to add more tare or soy sauce to taste.
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For best quality in shio broth, use either homemade chicken stock and dashi or low-sodium or sodium-free stock and dashi. Shio gets its saltiness from tare, a core element of Japanese soups.
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