How to Start a Mongo Production Business

How to make big in Mongo production? Mongo production is an added income for farmers while waiting for two months to start another season of corn or rice production. The value of this production is gaining grounds as market and price are high this time. Technical Description Mungbean (Vigna radiata Wilczek), commonly called mongo, is […]

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How to Make Dehydrated Bell Pepper

Dehydrated Bell Pepper Procedure: 1. Select fresh, mature green pepper with deep green color. Wash them very well in running water. 2. Cut in halves, remove seeds, placenta and stems. 3. Slice into 2 cm. size thick before blanching. 4. Spread on a sinamay or nylon cloth (not thicker than 2 cm.) before steaming. 5. […]

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6 Tips on How to Start a Home Painting Business

Once you are certain that home painting is the right thing for you, it should not be too hard to start the business as long as you keep yourself up-to-date and well informed. As it involves providing service rather than selling a product, a painting business is easily adjustable and can cope with potential crises […]

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7 Ways to drive traffic to your eCommerce blog

It is already a proven fact that every business (both online and offline) should have a blog as an efficient way to discreetly reach customers and potential clients. Blog is an important part of establishing a brand, build reputation, and communicate with your clients. Business owners should remember that nowadays people spend most of their […]

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Dehydrated Vegetable Products

Because of oversupply, vegetables and fruits in season often wilt and spoil in our markets. The producers are forced to sell cheap and get only a small profit. By processing and preserving abundant, in season fruits and vegetables, people can sell these at much higher prices during the off-season. Preservation makes vegetables and fruits more […]

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Goto Boiled Beef Soup Recipe

Goto Boiled Beef Soup Recipe. This is a good food idea for budding carenderia entrepreneurs. Ingredients 4 kilos beef innards (laman loob ng baka) ¼ cup cooking oil ¼ cup ground ginger ¼ cup chopped onion ¼ cup garlic ¼ kilo ground beef 2 kilos beef meat 1 cup soy sauce 2 cups fish sauce […]

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Protecting the savory sugpo

Tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon Fabricius) or sugpo culture is one of the most profitable industries in Region 10. It has significant economic contributions to the region as it encourages employment and generates foreign currency. In the early 1990s, the prawn industry suffered major losses from a luminous bacterial disease called Vibrio. It hit Northern Mindanao, […]

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Homemade Tomato Catsup

Tomato ketchup, also tomato catsup, is a sweet and tangy sauce, made from tomatoes, vinegar, a sweetener, and assorted seasonings and spices. Tomato ketchup is often used as a condiment with various dishes that are usually served hot, including french fries (chips), hamburgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, eggs, and grilled or fried meat. How to Make […]

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How to Plan the Most Successful Business Blog

It’s finally starting to sink in; if you’re in business on the Internet, you should have a blog. But not every entrepreneur knows how to set up a blog to be successful. I still recall when every business was just realizing that they should have a website.  But just “having” the website wasn’t going to […]

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Better Your Craft With These Real Estate Presentation Tips From Miriam Quiambao

Former beauty queen turned successful real estate broker Miriam Quiambao shares some personal tips and advice that helped her conquer the real estate scene  From the glamorous pageant stage, Miriam Quiambao-Roberto is now a wife, a mother, a TV host, an inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, investor, property manager and a real estate broker. Juggling all of […]

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How to Make Chicken Salad

Basic chicken salad is very similar in many respects to basic Tuna Salad, although there are many variations on the dish which can set it apart. Chicken salad tends to work well with sweet fruit and vegetable flavors, and is ideal for lunch-time sandwiches. Chicken Salad Ingredients 4 skinless chicken breasts 2 stalks celery 1/4 […]

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Easy Way to Make Charcoal Briquettes

Charcoal briquettes are charcoal dusts compactly massed by a binder of either cassava flour, corn or sweet potato starch. Briquettes burn out much longer and give off intense, steady heat. Charcoal briquettes are ideal for barbecues, bibingkas or any native delicacy that calls for charcoal. A handful of briquettes would cost less than a big […]

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