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Lechon Manok Business

Lechong manok is a favorite recipe of Filipinos to give value added cost to the dressed chicken that we normally buy from the market or supermarket. It is our meat of choice and at the...

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Chicken Inasal Business

Chicken Inasal is a popular delectable dish from Bacolod city. Because it uses various spices and ingredients for its marinade and basting sauce, it creates a distinctive color, aroma and unique flavor to the grilled...

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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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