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Lipote: The munchy bunch

People say that one good thing deserves another. The lipote does better than that as the fruit comes; not just as ones or pairs, but as whole clusters. Many of us know duhat, the fruit of many childhood summers. Lipote looks similar to this tangy fruit. However, the duhat cluster has its fruits hanging more [&hellip

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P1.5 million budget being released for Apayao indigenous fruit lubeg (Philippine cherry) for its well-liked wine and vinegar

A value addition budget of P1.5 million is being released by the

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How to Make Mango Jam

Mango jam is a sugar concentrated product similar to jelly. Both the green and ripe mangoes can be used or making jam. Making homemade mango jam is a good business idea for anyone. It can be a good source of additional income if you know how to market the product. You can sell it to [&hellip

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Mango-Tomato Jam

Mango-Tomato Jam Materials: Ripe mangoes, Ripe tomatoes, Sugar Procedure: 1. The mango fruit is peeled and mashed after removing the seeds. 2. Blanch the tomatoes, remove the seeds and chopped finely. 3. Combine the mashed tomato and mango. 4. Add 11/2 cup sugar for every 2 cups of the mashed mixture. Then cook the mixture. [&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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Papaya Jam

Food business idea: Papaya Jam Here’s the recipe on how you can make your homemade papaya easily. Materials: 4 cups mashed ripe papaya, 31/2 cups sugar, 1/3 cup kalamansi juice Procedure: 1. Ripe papaya is peeled and the seeds removed. The clean papaya is mashed to a fine pulp. 2. Strain through a coarse perforated [&hellip

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Value-Added Products from Marang (Artocarpus odoratissima)

Marang (Artocarpus odoratissima) is native to the Philippines and can thrive well in the marginal and hilly areas of Mindanao. There are two varieties of Marang that are locally available and are commercially sold in the market: brown and evergreen. The brown variety has light to dark brown peel with white to off-white pulp. The [&hellip

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Guava Jam

Guava Jam Materials: Ripe guavas, Sugar Procedure: 1. Ripe fruits are washed, peeled and the seeds removed. 2. The fruits are mashed. To one part of the mash add 1 part sugar. Boil mixture gently until thick. To avoid unnecessary caramelization, kalamansi juice is added as in mango jam. 3. While still hot, pack in [&hellip

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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 [&hellip

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