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1815 - The characters for "tseang yew" [soy sauce]. From: Morrison: "A Dictionary of the Chinese Language in Three Parts."


1822 - A wood block print of a lady preparing tofu dengaku over a grill


1829 - Portrait of John Locke (lived 1632-1704). In his journal in 1679 he said: "Mango and saio [shoyu = soy sauce] are two sorts of sauce s brought from the East Indies.


1830 - The soybean is named Sooja Japonica, Siebold. From Siebold: Synopsis of the Economic Plants from the Entire Empire of Japan"


1830 - Shoyu and miso both come from the soybean. From Siebold: Synopsis of the Economic Plants from the Entire Empire of Japan"


1830 - The wild soybean is named "Sooja nomame." From Siebold: Synopsis of the Economic Plants from the Entire Empire of Japan"


1834 - The Chinese characters for "dadou" or "daizu" meaning "soybean." From Isaac Titsing, Annals of the Japanese Emperors


1844 - The characters "shi yu" mean "soy sauce." From: Samuel Wells Williams. "An English and Chinese Vocabulary in the Court Dialect."


1844 - Four Chinse characters related to soybeans." From: Samuel Wells Williams. "An English and Chinese Vocabulary in the Court Dialect."


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