Origin of soy
Examples from the Web for soy
Contemporary Examples of soy
However, apart from the poultry, which is of the lowest FDA grade, soy protein plays a role in everything served.Tales of a Jailhouse Gourmet: How I learned to Cook in Prison
June 21, 2014
Exports—ranging from soy, flowers, copper, and iron ore to computers, appliances, and jets—have boomed.Latin America’s Secret Success Story
Shannon K. O'Neil
July 16, 2013
Mix sesame oil, soy sauce, sugar, sesame seeds, garlic, and pepper in a bowl.
Sauté the shiitake mushrooms in the soy sauce, sesame oil, and minced garlic.
Ideal Meal: Before swimming, turkey on whole-wheat toast, or soy beans.6 Snacks to Eat for Your Workout
August 15, 2010
Historical Examples of soy
Add two spoonfuls of any sort of gravy, one of soy or walnut ketchup, a little salt and cayenne, and a spoonful of port.
In China and Japan the soy bean is grown largely as food for man.Agriculture for Beginners
Charles William Burkett
Add the soy sauce and seasoning, then the browned liver and onion.Friendship Club Cook Book
The Friendship Club of Madison WI
All we had to eat with it was a solution of salt, soy, vinegar, and sugar.The Siberian Overland Route from Peking to Petersburg,
A box hung at his side, and upon this box was inscribed the word "SOY."The City Curious
Jean de Bosschre
Word Origin and History for soy
1670s, saio "soybean-based Asian fish sauce," from Dutch soya, from Japanese soyu, variant of shoyu "soy," from Chinese shi-yu, from shi "fermented soy beans" + yu "oil." Etymology reflects Dutch presence in Japan before English and American merchants began to trade there.