The Multicultural Origins of Soy Vay

“One fine day in 1982, a nice Chinese girl offered a nice Jewish boy a taste of her homemade marinated beef sticks. Before long, the two were selling the tasty skewers at fairs all over Northern California. The couple began to experiment with new receipes and were soon bottling their own line of sauces, marinades and dressings. To honor the combined heritage of their two cultures, they dubbed their new venture SOY VAY. ‘This could be the start of something big,’ mused the nice Jewish boy, and he was right.”

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