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How to Make Smoked Ham

Smoked ham is a popular serving of meat, cut from the pork leg. It is cured with salt and spices, then subjected to slow and steady heat for varying periods. The smoking is carried out...

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Atis Lotion Mosquito Repellent

The Atis Lotion Mosquito Repellent was formulated using the extracts of Atis (Anona squamosa) leaves mixed with other locally available materials. It uses a washable, mineral oil – based formulation and its biodegradable since, it...

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Smoke-Dried Sea Cucumber (Tinapang Balatan)

Sea cucumbers (balatan or trepang) are marine invertebrates that can be processed as smoke-dried or boil-dried. They are usually prepared as delicacies, condiments for soups, noodles and other dishes, and as salad, eaten fresh or...

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How to Make Tie-dyed Clothes

Tie-dyeing is a fun and simple way to make your old or plain fabric items new again, from towels to t-shirts, yielding a surprising result each time. You can experiment using different techniques to create...

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How to Make Tortilla Chips

The Spaniards first brought the word tortilla (from torta, “cake”) to Mexico; the Mexicans, in turn, used it to describe their flat corn and flour cakes. The bread staple of the Mexican diet, all tortillas...

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Rambutan Production Guide

Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) is a medium-sized tropical tree growing to a height of 12–20 m. The leaves are alternate, 10–30 cm long, pinnate, with 3-11 leaflets, each leaflet 5–15 cm wide and 3-10 cm broad,...

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Carrot Production Guide

Carrot (Daucus carot L.) is a crop primarily grown for its fleshy root which is used as vegetable. Its root is rich in carotene, a precursor of Vitamin A. It also contains appreciable amounts of...

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Tiger Grass Broom Making Business

Tiger grass locally known as tambo, is a viable source of livelihood for upland communities. Tiger grass grows well in cool upland. It is usually harvested in late January and February, if dried correctly, can...

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