Food Business Archive

How to Make Big Burger King

Burger King – Big King The Burger Wars are becoming the biggest food fight since that cafeteria scene from the movie “Animal House”. The two burger giants, McDonald’s and Burger King, have each been cloning the other’s top products in the bloody battle for the big burger buck. Burger King stepped up first with the [&hellip

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6 Simple Juice Recipes to Get You Started Juicing

Description: In times of hardship, juice recipes can really get one’s spirits up. Juicing isn’t just a fad, it is embraced by tens of thousands of people around the world every day and for good reason. This article looks at six simple recipes to master. Don’t you just love your fruit and veg? When you’re [&hellip

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Specialty Food Lemongrass-enhanced Chevon Tapa and Chevon Sausage

Specialty food chevon (goat meat), valued for its low cholesterol and lean fat, will be marketed before yearend by the Batangas State University (BatStateU) as processed “lemongrass-enhanced” tapa and sausage and is seen to generate livelihood in Lobo, Batangas. Recognized to be clean for its vegetarian feed despite having been formerly known as a poor [&hellip

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BAR supports commercialization of canned chevon

Chevon or goat’s meat is a common dish in the rural areas. Various celebrations would often include specialty cooked goat dishes such as kaldereta, kilawin, pinapaitan, and sinampalokan. Putting added-value to the usual goat’s meat, the Isabela State University – Cagayan Valley Small Ruminants Center (ISU-CVSRRC) in Echague, Isabela developed various products from chevon which [&hellip

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Value Added Products from Ube (Purple Yam)

Purple yam or ube/ubi in Filipino is used as an ingredient in many sweet desserts. It can also be made into ube flakes, ube jam, ube powder and ube pastillas to be sold for an added income. Ube Flakes Ingredients: ube puree, 1 kg maltodextrin Utensils: drum drier, spatula/rubber scraper, plastic bags, stainless steel bowls/trays, [&hellip

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How to make a homemade fresh salsa

Chevys® Fresh Salsa Whip out the food processor and fire up the grill because you’ll need these essential tools to clone one of the best restaurant salsas in the business. The key to recreating the flavor of the real deal is to fire roast the tomatoes and the jalapenos, and to add a little mesquite-flavored [&hellip

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How to Make Bottled Bangus in Corn Oil

How to make your own homemade bottled bangus in corn oil. Making bottled bangus in corn oil is a good business idea for anyone wanting to have a home based food business. You can make additional income by selling it to your friends, neighbors, restaurants, food shops, bazaars and supermarkets. Bottled Bangus in Corn Oil [&hellip

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How To Make Bean Curd (Tokwa)

Tofu or tokwa, also known as bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. Bean Curd (Tokwa) Ingredients: 1 cup soybeans 1 teaspoon vinegar Procedure: 1. Soak the beans in water overnight. Change water several times and remove floating grains. 2. Wash, grind the [&hellip

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How to Start a Banana Chips Making Business

Banana chips are under-ripe bananas that are cut into slice dipped in syrup solution, dried under the sun or by artificial means, fried and eaten as snack food or dessert. These can be sold both in the local and export markets. Banana Chips I. Estimated Investment Costs* Production Cost/Capital Outlay II. Procedure 1. Peel under-ripe [&hellip

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How to Make Smoked Fish (Tinapa)

Smoked fish or tinapa is a style of fish preservation wherein the fish are cured by smoking. The smoking of fish is generally done for the unique taste and flavour imparted by the smoking process. Because of its unique taste, making smoked fish or tinapa at home is also an ideal business to start. You [&hellip

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