The History of Sake: Takamine and Today
Twitter notes from the talks of Joan Bennet and Izumi Motai
- — Larry Lynam (@scopedbylarry)Sun, Jun 17 2012 12:18:22
- — pcronald (@pcronald)Sun, Jun 17 2012 11:55:15#Asm2012 culture of rice talks are great. Lots of rice history $ fabulous photos. My talk will be very modern, will only reach back to 1845.
- — pcronald (@pcronald)Sun, Jun 17 2012 11:35:23Takamine used some of his wealth to pay for some of the cherry trees in WA Dc. Now a famous festival. His trees still stand. He died in 1922
- — pcronald (@pcronald)Sun, Jun 17 2012 11:23:30#asm. Story of Jokichi Takamine, born 1854, shortly before Darwin and Mendel published their groundbreaking papers. 1873 attended med school
- — pcronald (@pcronald)Sun, Jun 17 2012 11:20:51#Asm. Joan Bennet, Rutgers tells us that Making sake from rice is akin to beer brewing. Rice is fermented with Aspergillus, the "Koji" mold
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