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Coming from any beef-eating nation, one is at once struck by the scarcity of meat and lack of milk and other dairy products in the diet of the Japanese. Protein is supplied largely by fish, poultry, e~gs and the curd of the soy bean, with a growing tendency evident to supplement these with the beef and milk of western countries.
"Protein Foods of the Japanese,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 4
, Article 12.
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