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10
Dec
2019

How to Make Coco (Buko) Chips Stove

Buko chips stove, a rocket stove fed with dried green coco chips. The coco or buko chips stove was inspired by the rocket stove developed by the Aprovencho Institute. How to make a buko chips stove? It’s simple. With the use of simple hand tools and empty used tin cans,...

10
Dec
2019

How to Make Rice Husk Stove

The use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is one of the conventional sources of fuel for cook stoves in the Philippines. However, because of the continued increase in the price of LPG fuel and is continuously increasing at a fast rate, research centers and institutions are challenged to develop a...

29
Nov
2019

Macapuno Jam – Macapuno Candy

Macapuno, a “mutant coconut”, is a variety of Philippine coconut palm that does not contain water inside but instead it is completely filled with thick and curdled white meat. The “meat” of the macapuno coconut is widely used for making popular sweets like macapuno jam, macapuno candy, macapuno ice cream,...

11
Nov
2019

How to Make Fish Balls, Fish Burger and Fish Quekiam

Fish balls is a popular convenience food item among the Filipinos. It is a protein rich food prepared from minced fish like dalagang bukid, kalaso and sharks. Boiled fish balls can be kept and stored at freezing temperature for future use. This product is served fried with sweet and sour...

02
Nov
2019

Yacon the Wonder Root Crop

Yacon Medicinal Root Crop Yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius). A perennial herb endemic to the Andes. With spony stems purple projections; small, terminal yellow to orange colored flowers. A member of the sunflower family, with large, tuberous edible sweet roots, low in calories and are eaten raw. Leaves can tolerate partial shading,...

09
Oct
2019

How to Make a Solar Bottle Light Bulb

A solar bottle light bulb, an innovation introduced in the Philippines by Illac Diaz of MyShelter Foundation, as a cheap alternative to other light sources. It was an ingenious invention by an engineer in Brazil. It is called “bottle bulb” because it is made of an empty 1.5 liter soda...