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      by Lee, Young-Soon and Kim, Ji-Sang

      European Food Research & Technology, Volume 227, Issue 3, pp. 933 - 944

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      Journal Of The Science Of Food And Agriculture, Volume 104, Issue 1, p. 340

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      Food Chemistry, Volume 364, p. 130334

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    1. What Do Beer, Dogs, And Soy Sauce Have In Common?

      American Institute of Physics.

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    2. Japan, man and nature in Harmony. Shoyu and the secrets of Japanese Cuisine

      NHK, Asia Documentary Productions, Point du Jour present a film by Shohei Shibata.

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    3. 日本の味, 醬油の歴史 / Nihon no aji, shōyu no rekishi

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