Soy Bean Sauce Manufacture

A. has given a very informative description of Soy-Sauce making by the Japanese. She says The process of manufacture which produces soy-bean sauce, or, as it is called in Japan, shoyu, begins with the preparation of the ingredients and includes a preliminary mold fermentation, followed by a ripening in brine. The soy beans, having been cooked and mixed with prepared wheat, are inoculated with the shoyu mold or ferment. This mold is procured commercially in Japan under the...

References On Disinfectants And Disinfection

T, 1912. Method of standardizing disinfectants with or without organic matter. Bull. 82, Hygienic Laboratory, U. S. Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. B rge, W. E, 1917. The action of ultra-violet light in killing living cells such as bacteria, Amer. Jour, of Physiology, 43, 429-432. Chick, H., 1910. The process of disinfection by chemical agencies and hot water. Jour, of Hygiene, 10, 237-239. Cbiok, H., 1912. The factors influencing the velocity of...

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In 1913 the West Virginia Pulp amp Paper Company put up the first plant in the United States at Mechanicville, N. Y., to make .ethyl alcohol from this material. Operations began in March, 1914. Counting all the costs, it has not been a profitable undertaking. But where should we be if there were nobody to try things out The feeble of will are discouraged by unsuccessful experiments, and such men lead only at industrial funerals. The real leaders in industry, on the other hand, have the virtue...

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Fibre Retting Bacteria

Epidermis test of flax fibers when retting is nearly complete. The fibers are well separated and of fine diameter. Pieces of outicle c are clinging in spots. When this stage of retting is reached It is necessary to Bwish the fibers to and fro in water in order to tell whether the epidermis is well loosened. Flax fibers at the completion of the epidermis test. Retting is at the same stage as that shown in figure next above. The oortex is shown after it has been swished to and fro in water....