Tagged: pinoy

17
Sep
2019

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 thiamine, riboflavin and sugar.

10
Sep
2019

How To Start An Ice Cream Van Business

Learn How To Start A Successful Ice Cream Van Business In A Few Simple Steps By: besthomebasedb You may remember those happy feelings that you got as a young child when you would hear the sounds of an ice cream man coming your way. Starting an ice cream van business...

06
Sep
2019

Kumon Philippines Inc Franchise

Kumon started out as a means of Mr. Kumon to help his son improve his academic skills. He designed a training program that focused on improving student’s skills in two basic subjects: mathematics and reading. Kumon gives the students the opportunity to go beyond their current abilities through progressive exercise....

diy bead accessories
06
Sep
2019

How to Start a Beadwork Accessories Business

Beadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another or to cloth using a needle and thread. Most beadwork takes the form of jewelry or other personal adornment, but beads are also used in wall hangings and sculpture. Most cultures have employed beads for personal adornment. Archaeological...

03
Sep
2019

Mixed Media Jewelry Projects

Mixed Media Jewelry Projects, Volume 4 of the Best of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, brings you some of their favorite designs in this hot, hot, hot genre. You’ll make earrings, pendants, pins, and a bracelet while learning to adapt a wide variety of materials to jewelry as you recycle found...

02
Sep
2019

Owl Cushion Tutorial

If you love crafting your own cushion, this Owl Cushion tutorial by the craft revival is just right for you. Learn how to make your own owl cushion and you can give it as present to your family, relatives and friends. You could also sell it to anyone looking for...

31
Aug
2019

Starting a Refrigerator Magnets Business

Refrigerator magnets are great crafts projects because you can work with any theme. If you’re targeting sports fans, make magnets out of sports team logos or athletic gear; if your buyer is a foodie, make a magnet out of a mini-chopping board; if it’s Christmas, make Christmas tree magnets. The...

29
Aug
2019

Corned Beef (Food Processing)

Corned beef is made from one of several less tender cuts of beef like the brisket, rump or round. Therefore, it requires long, moist cooking. It can be cooked on top of the stove or in the oven, microwave or slow cooker. What is “corning”? Corning is a form of...

28
Aug
2019

How To Make Banana Sauce – Banana Catsup

Banana is a common tropical fruit and is a good source of energy. Banana catsup or banana sauce is a popular Filipino condiment made from mashed banana, sugar, vinegar, and spices. It is sweeter than tomato catsup and is used on many dishes like omelettes (torta), hot dogs, burgers, fries,...

24
Aug
2019

How To Make Tahong Chips – Tahong Chippy

Tahong chips or tahong chippy is a snack item basically made up of steamed tahong (mussels), flour, salt, cornstarch and seasoning. It comes into strips with a crispy texture, appetizing flavor and aroma. Tahong chippy is also very nutritious and can be prepared easily at a very low cost. With...

24
Aug
2019

Starting A Green Mango Pickle Business

Green mango pickle is a hot, spicy pickle with a sour taste that is eaten as a condiment. It is made from unripe green mangoes that are fermented with lactic acid bacteria. Preservation is through a combination of salt, increased acidity (lactic acid) and to a small extent the added...

sweet sorghum
24
Aug
2019

Growing Sweet Sorghum

Growing Sweet Sorghum. Sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) is a plant that looks a lot like corn but with the grain on top rather than to the side. Sweet sorghum is being promoted as major source of bioethanol for addressing the energy problem in the country but it goes beyond that as it also provides human food, livestock feed and forage, and organic fertilizer. Hence, the 4Fs in sweet sorghum production: Fuel, Food, Feed/Forage, Fertilizer.