SUI-RENAlso known as SUI-REN-SHI, YEN-DI, YEN-TI
God of Roasting, Boiling, Baking, Frying and Toasting. In other words the God of Cooking Hot Food.The last of the SAN-HUANG rulers of ancient China, SUI-REN built upon the work of his predecessors FU-XI and SHEN-NONG. They taught mankind how to grow plants and farm animals — he taught mankind how to transform these raw materials into tasty dishes.
His invention of the campfire, which led to the cooking stove, the oven and finally the computer-controlled dual-grill self-cleaning microwave appliance, lifted ancient China from a wild feudal domain to the lofty heights of civilization.
And need we point out that the invention of cooking saved countless lives as bacteria were boiled away? Top marks to SUI-REN and a bowl of noodles please.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Sway Jjun
Alternative names : SUI-REN-SHI, YEN-DI, YEN-TI
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