lipote Archive

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 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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Promoting the less-known, phytochemical-rich Pinoy fruits

Most young people nowadays are familiar with apples, grapes, plums, peaches, cherries, or pears. These are fruits that the Philippines imports from other countries because they only grow in cold climates. Meanwhile, indigenous fruits like anang, sapote, yambo, sapinit, katmon, kalumpit, lipote, binukaw, or paratungon are often given the boggled look and are being overlooked, [&hellip

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