Tofu Hyakuchin

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The Tofu Hyakuchin (豆腐百珍?, Tōfu Hyakuchin) is a Japanese recipe book published in 1782 during the Edo period. The author's name is given as Seikyodojin Kahitsujun (醒狂道人何必醇); it is thought his real name was Sodani Gakusen (1738-1797), a seal-engraver from Osaka. It lists 100 recipes for preparing tofu. Due to its immense popularity, two successor volume were published: Tōfu hyakuchin zokuhen (豆腐百珍続編) and Tōfu hyakuchin yōroku (豆腐百珍余録).[1]

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  1. ^ Japan Tofu Association. "History of Tofu". Retrieved 2013-03-15. 

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