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How to Make Pork Bacon

Bacon is a meat product prepared from cured pork. It is first cured using large quantities of salt, either a brine or a dry packing. Fresh bacon may then be dried for weeks or months in cold air, or it may be boiled or smoked. Here’s how to make your own homemade Pork Bacon Raw […]

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How to Make Soy Milk

Soya milk or soy milk is made by grinding soaked soybeans and pressing the soy milk out of the beans. Soy milk is an excellent source of high quality proteins, dietary fiber, isoflavones and B-vitamins. It also contains anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties, and components that aid in the prevention of osteoporosis, heart diseases, and diabetes. […]

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How to Plan a Menu for Catering Business

The menu is the most important foundation and attraction of a restaurant. It presents the different dishes served by an eatery, catering or food delivery establishment. The following are some practical guides in planning your menu: 1. Know what specialty foods you can cook that your customers will like. For example, if you are excellent […]

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How to Make Cookies with Pineapple Jam Filling (Nastar)

Cookies with Pineapple Jam Filling (Nastar) Nastar, or tananas, are pineapple jam filled cookies. Nastar is a small cookies filled with pineapple jam and really very easy to make at home. These are popular treats for Eid ul-Fitr and Christmas celebrations in Indonesia. Ingredients Cookie 0.5 kg margarine 0.5 kg all-purpose flour 6 egg yolks 2 […]

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How to Make Smoked Sausage

Sausage is one of the oldest forms of processed food, and is also called by names, frankfurters, frank, weenie, wienie, wiener, dog, and ted hot. A cooked sausage consists of a combination of beef and pork or all beef, which is cured, smoked, and cooked. Seasoning may include coriander, garlic, ground mustard, nutmeg, salt, sugar, […]

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How to Make Homemade Tocino

Tocino is just one of the many Filipino all-time favorite during morning meals. However, tocino is not only served during breakfast, you can have it during snacks, lunch or dinner. Aside from the delicious taste of tocino, it will also give you an idea of having a simple home business. Making your own tocino at […]

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Stay Healthy with DOST-developed Guyabano Supplements & Tea

Green, pulpy, sweet, and healthy. That is guyabano for you. Guyabano (Anona muricata), or soursop as it is known in English, is a small tropical fruit tree bearing a sweet heart-shaped fruit with a soft-spined green outer skin and soft pulpy white flesh. It has been refreshing people for a long time as a fruit […]

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Sweet Guilt-free Options for Unhealthy Sugar

Filipinos love sweets, and this is proven by our love for sweet delicacies ranging from rice cakes to preserved fruits and jams. However, Pinoys have large risk of contracting diabetes, with about 1.4 million Filipinos suffering from diabetes mellitus. As such, artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes can be very appealing to people looking to cut […]

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Pectin extraction process headed for commercialization

Apple and citrus, among other plants, contain large amounts of pectin. Pectin is a naturally occurring polysaccharide found in berries, apples, and other fruits. Consumption of pectin has been shown to reduce blood cholesterol levels. As a group of carbohydrates, pectin is used mainly as a pharmaceutical ingredient in drug suspension and emulsion, wound-healing preparations, […]

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DOST-FNRI’s Iron-fortified Rice Technology Churns out Instant Meals for People on the go

Conveniently portable, quick and easy to prepare, and most of all, preservative-free and nutritious. These are exactly what people on the go want their food to be. And these innovative features can be found in Quikeats Instant Meals, putting this brand ahead over other instant meal brands in the market today. Manufactured by Five N […]

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How to Make Fish Tocino

Fish tocino is a good alternative to pork tocino especially for health conscious person. If you can’t resist the taste of that yummy tocino, then you will also love this fish tocino recipe. This is also a good business idea to start for an added income

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How to Make Lipote Jelly, Jam and Juice

Processing of Philippine Berry into jelly jam and juice By: Dr. Edith G. Reyes , Cavite State University A protocol on processing of the Philippine berry or lipote scientifically known as Syzygium curranni (C.B. Rob.), was developed by the author at the Cavite State University and presented in a paper entitled “Acceptability of Indigenous Philippine […]

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