TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Forget noxious fumes and choking smog. Feed your car soy sauce, and the streets will be filled with the aromas of home cooking. That's the message U.S. soybean growers are trying to promote as they urge drivers to embrace soy-based biodiesel fuel as an environmentally friendly alternative to stinky petroleum. "The exhaust smells like cooking French fries or tempura," commercial consultant Greg Olwig told a symposium in Tokyo on Tuesday organised by the American ...
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