Food Business Archive

How to Make Soy Sauce

Soy sauce is a dark brown extract of a fermented mixture of soybean and roasted wheat flour. Soy sauce with 7% protein content meets the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirement. It compares very well with the protein and lactic acid content of known local commercial brands. Ingredients: Soybeans, Brown sugar, 20-22% Salt solution, Sodium [&hellip

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How to start a Milk Tea Business

Milk tea is a beverage originating from Hong Kong but is influenced by the British in their long stint in the region. It is consist of black tea with evaporated milk or condensed milk. Unlike Chinese Tea which is served plain, milk tea uses condensed milk and sugar that gives the tea a richer feel. [&hellip

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How to Start Your Own Food Cart Business

Starting a food cart business is an ideal start up venture for young entrepreneurs because it doesn’t require a big capital. However, in order for your food cart business to be successful you need to have a good product that people will always want, a good location and you have to market it well. But [&hellip

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Ways to Cook Eggs

Eggs are the perfect source of protein, especially organic eggs from free-range chickens, chickens that have not been injected with antibiotics or hormones and have not been fed chemicals. Pasture-raised free-range hens which forage largely for their own food tend to produce eggs with higher nutritional quality in having less cholesterol and fats while being [&hellip

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Sprouted Mongo (Toge)

Sprouted Mongo (Toge) or mung bean sprout can be made from both mongo seeds or soybeans. Sprouted mongo or mung bean sprout can be mix with other vegetables to make a lumpia or in any stir fry dishes or can be used as garnish. Here’s the procedure on how you can sprout a mongo beans. Procedure: 1. [&hellip

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How to Make Barbecue Chicken

Barbecue Chicken Recipe. Here’s an easy BBQ chicken recipe that you can try at home. Ingredients 2 each chicken thighs, legs, and breasts Brine 1 cup salt1 quart water1/2 cup dark brown sugar4 cloves garlic, minced2 tbsp finely grated lemon zest1 quart salt-free chicken broth Sauce 1 cup tomato paste1/4 cup honey1/4 cup apple cider vinegar2 [&hellip

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How to Make Coconut Jam

Coconut jam is a traditional high-sugar coconut food product in the Philippines, commonly used as a dessert, bread spread, and rice cake topping. It is light to dark brown in colour, thick yet spreadable in consistency, with a rich, creamy coconut flavour. It is traditionally prepared by cooking sweetened coconut milk to a very thick [&hellip

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Producing High Value Foods from Coco Sap

Sequential toddy & nut production (SCTNP) technology which produces toddy and nuts from the same spathe of the palms has provided the farmers to increase farm income without sacrificing the copra products and fully maximize the economic potential of the palms with the addition of another product which is the coconut sap or toddy. It has high total sugar, ascorbic [&hellip

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Give Peace this Holiday Season by Making Your Own Coffee

Paying forward the gift of peace can be as easy as learning the art of home-brewing your own coffee. That means every Filipino, no matter where they’re based in the world, can source beans that are figuratively grown with conflict-resolution and economic empowerment. When Davao-based social enterprise Coffee for Peace (CFP) got hit by the [&hellip

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