Tagged: BISNES

Lychee Production Guide

Lychee or litchee or litchi, locally known as “litseyas,” is one of the promising fruit crops of the Cordillera. Due to its sporadic distribution, lychee demand a high market price. In Baguio City, lychee fruits...

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How to Make Frozen Yogurt

Frozen yogurt is a refreshing, tangy dessert that combines the flavors and textures of ice cream and sherbet. Frozen yogurt is a relative new-comer in the dessert market. The history of frozen desserts dates back...

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How To Make Taho from Soybean

Taho is a sweet nutritious snack food usually peddled by a magtataho vendor found all over the Philippines. Taho is usually made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (brown sugar and vanilla syrup), and pearl sago...

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Handmade Weddings

Learn the crafts to style and personalize your wedding. Learn how to make vintage key save-the-date invitations, felt bud buttonnieres, terranium place cards and favors complete with a step by step guide.

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SNAP Hydroponics

Hydroponics is an alternative system of growing plants without soil. Instead of soil, an inert media is used into which a nutrient solution containing essential elements is added for a plant’s normal growth and development....

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How to Make a Toddler Backpack

This tutorial will show you how to make a backpack for your toddler. Note that this tutorial requires a skill in sewing. If you’re ready to make a personalized toddler backpack, just follow the step...

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Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SET-UP)

The Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) Small Enterprise technology Upgrading Program (SET-UP) is a nation wide strategy encouraging and assisting SMEs to adopt technology innovations to improve their operations and thus boost their productivity...

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Economic Importance of Macapuno

Macapuno is a mutant coconut obtained from the coconut tree. lt looks like the regular coconut fruit except that its meat inside is completely filled with a jellylike thick white meat and does not contain...

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How to Make Pork Sisig

The pork sisig arrived on a sizzling platter. Chunks of chopped fried pork mixed with green chilis and onions. We were told this version has no pig ears, but definitely has “pig parts.” The waiter...

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