Promotional pamphlet Aji-No-Moto, a mono sodium glutamate (MSG) food additive product manufactured by S. Suzuki & Co., Ltd. Designed to market Aji-No-Moto to housewives, the pamphlet includes recipes for a variety of dishes and sauces, including soup, spaghetti, and omelets, purportedly enhanced by the addition of Aji-No-Moto.
Suzuki, S., and Inc. Rudolf Mosse. “15 Delightful Recipes Prepared in a New Way,” 1930–1939. Papers of Walter O. Snelling, Box 24, Folder 28. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/6h440t20n.
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