chinese rice history

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chinese rice history

Soybean has a long history and a very long journey into the world. This journey, from nearly 27 centuries, changed the world as we know it today. Soy products feed a large part in almost all its inhabitants, as well as various non-edible uses. Soybeans were first cultivated by the Chinese. Moreover, then distributed throughout China and other countries around it. Taught some time after the domestication of the soybean plant Europeans, although the use of soybeans and they began to grow. Much later, with a handful of Benjamin Franklin, soybeans, it was the journey to America. Soybean has a long journey, and that the whole is concerned, the world.

Soybean in 11 BC, used by the Chinese. Soybeans were honored by the ancient Chinese emperor Shen Nung and the names as the five sacred plants. Included with rice, soybeans, wheat, Barley and millet. Soybeans were used in this early civilization, both for food and as medicine. Perhaps soybeans helped actually Diseases heal because of the vitamins it contains. Centuries after the soybeans have been used in Chinese, is now tamed and told them that it is one of the first plants ever of people could be cultivated. It did not take long after that, when the world learned that the benefits of soybeans.

Hundreds of years after the first Chinese discovered the use of soybean and domestication of the soybean plant, other parts of the world began with soybeans. Of the first century began to countries like Korea, with soy. Soybeans were also used more everywhere in China and had spread in central and southern China. That is until 7 Century, as in many other countries began with soybean Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal and northern India. Soy is often used as an ingredient in the first centuries of its history and served to make, tofu, Miso and tempeh. Meanwhile, the other European countries were not used, it is not yet known Bean.

Long After Asia had begun to soybeans in 17. Century, used in Europe as the beans, which is regarded in travel to Asia. But even then all they did was to import soybeans from China. Finally, in the 18th Century soybeans grown in European countries. Much later, the first soybean plant was U.S. territory. 1770 Benjamin Franklin sent his friend, a botanist, seeds, Soya bean. Unfortunately, Franklin's experiment was able to ignite the interest in America. True, when soybean was eventually was in America when a ship full of soy are used as aggregates landed on a bridge. Decided to try to interest some farmers in the plant, cultivate it, to have been grown recently, soybeans in the Americas. Since 1929 Soybean crop has increased from 9 million barrels to over 2.8 billion barrels.

In America, soybeans began to flourish thrive on farms and in the markets. 1904 George Washington Carver, a famous chemist, discovered soybeans with a high content of protein and oil. Later in 1919, William Morse was a co-founder the American Soybean Association. Henry Ford is well known that cars have a car with all plastics from soybeans! But it was not really until 1940 as an agricultural Soybean height.

Soy has a long history and despite its long journey, it still can not rest, because even today people are still finding new uses for soybeans.

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