Though domesticated more than 3,000 years ago, “hardly any other food plant is as modern as the soya bean.”
But let us return to soya Cape, where we have left the wreck.
It supplies the whole of Japan and a part of China with nitrogenous food in the form of soya bean.
Mixture of boiled tung and soya bean oil, thinned with petroleum and turpentine.
We cannot complete this part of the food industry without giving special consideration to the Tea and soya industries.
soya bean oil, wood oil, and fish oil present themselves as candidates for such use.
In Japan a kind of butter, called mijo, is obtained from a species of the Dolichos bean (Dolichos soya).
This Manchu-Mongolian plain is destined to be the source of the world's supply of soya bean.
soya may be grown in nearly any country and is a great carrier of nitrogen to land deficient in this element.
Table I gives the constants of several samples of soya oil examined by the writer.