Tagged: processing

20
Mar
2020

Money-making potential of cashew through value-adding technologies

Palawan is still the leading producer of cashew in the Philippines owing to the 93 percent cashew nut production. Official data obtained from Provincial Agriculturist Teresita Guian indicated that the area planted to cashew reached to 62,859 hectares as of June 2013. While Palawan’s share on nut production is high,...

17
Feb
2020

How to Make Plum Jam

In Vietnam, ethnic minorities in the northern mountainous areas grow plum using the variety Prunus trifolium. The methodology of plum jam processing at the household level was developed to help farmers produce good quality plum jam that could be used for the whole year or can be sold in the...

27
Jan
2020

How to Make Toddy & Palm Wine

Toddy and palm wine are alcoholic beverages that are made by fermenting the sugary sap from various palm plants. Virtually any sugary plant sap can be processed into an alcoholic beverage – it just needs the correct yeasts, temperature and processing conditions. Throughout the world, alcoholic drinks are made from...

11
Jan
2020

A Profitable Venture from Oregano

To many Filipinos, oregano is well-known as a medicinal herb or even as a condiment to their food. Oregano, plant rich in Vitamin A and C, contains strong antioxidant properties and possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antiviral properties. Popularly, oregano is believed to relieve coughs. But more than these therapeutic...

03
Jan
2020

How to Make Tofu and Soy Milk

In China and Japan fresh soy milk is made daily using a simple, centuries-old process of grinding soaked soybeans and pressing the soy milk out of the beans. There, soy milk is sold by street vendors or in cafes. Soy milk is served hot or cold and is often flavored...

18
Dec
2019

Ubi Powder Business

Yam (Discolorea alata L.) commonly known as ubi is a main ingredient to the processed ubi powder. With about 300-600 species, this promising rootcrop grows abundantly in Central Visayas, Northern Mindanao, CARAGA, CAR and some parts in Luzon. This rootcrop is traditionally planted in March to June and harvested from...

spice-cured tinapa
19
Aug
2019

Spice-Cured Tinapa

Spice-Cured Tinapa, How to make Tinapa, Tinapa Making. Smoked fish locally known as tinapa is very popular & has become part of the Filipino meal, especially during breakfast.