Feel free to drop a few words for request, comments and suggestions!
I really want to buy G-Tea for 30 days treatment. I am in Bangkok, Thailand. Really want your advise how to buy it.
Dear Sir Marvin,
We always read your blogs. Its very informative and useful. Can we send private message to you? If yes, can I get your email address or your cel number please. My boss is very interested on some of your blogs. Hope to receive a feedback from you. Thank you and God bless
pwede po b ang guyabano sa difficulty in swallowing?
ask q lang po sir dito po aq ngaun sa mariveles bataan, pwd po kayong mka deliver d2 dn mgkano po ung minimum purchase para madeliver lang po,
this is beth of twenty oaks mariveles bataan please contact at 09328781883
tinatanong po ba ninyo tungkol sa ube delivery?
online at a natural place said that i could kill our bed bugs with cababano leaves. but i find no mention of it on your site. can you explain?
I suggest doing a general house cleaning and contact pest control agency. Maybe the referrer is pointing to guyabano and head lice relationship. Guyabano is effective against cancer but not proven in driving bed bugs away.
In our locality, the term is known as “hanip”. Coming from mostly from chicken houses. It can be eliminated by any weak insecticides.
nice and very informative of your blog.. i pick some ideas in article … thanks…God bless you and more power…
I found your blog http://www.foodrecap.net/ , really enchanting and I am really impressed with your way of managing a blog.
The stuff in your blog is really interesting and catching.I am interested in a paid blog post on your blog.
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Gusto ko po sana mag start ng bussiness sa fish crckers, may nakita po ako ingredients dito kaya lng hindi ko mkita, and also can you give me idea kung panu ba start ang business na to? Thank you very much and God bless.
sir tanong ko lng po isa po ako sa member ng lividyne po gusto ko lng malaman kung active pa ba ang akin ksi po di na ako bumibili nyan dahil nakalimutan ko na ang address nyo jan sa manila. gusto ko ulit bumili ng product nyo po uli..
Gud am po! Sir pwede po bang malaman ung product costing (direct and indirect) ng sugar palm sap? thesis po sya dati ng classmate ko sa CVSU Science High School and i am applying it 2 our thesis now –all about distribution of products to the market place. yan po sana ung balak ko na product na i distribute. Business Administration po course ko. I am optimistic for ur quick response. Thank you very much Sir!
I just got myself a pack of adlai seeds and did not know what do do with it? could you please tell me if it can be sprouted and grown into a grass and juiced? like wheat grass juice? I cant wait to know. Thanks in advance for your time and reply.
The study about adlai is still ongoing. There are no published information yet regarding cultural practices. As far as I know, it grow from seed and it grow well without human intervention. Limited information is known about the leaves. I let you know asap when the information become available.
Nagtry po ako gawa ng Arenga sugar pero instead na maging powdered sya, naging parang candy po. Ano po ba ang pwede kong gawin para maging powdered sya? Thank you po!
dapat hindi maasim at hindi lasang alak ung tuba para maging powder.
Ask ko lang po kung saan po ako pwedeng mag aral tungkol sa ube powder production. Gusto ko po sana magbusiness tungkol dito.
Mula po sa raw materials, equipment and packaging. Meron po kasi kaming taniman ng ubi.
Bukod po sa ube meron din po kaming tanim na pinya, guyabano, santol at langka. Gusto ko rin po sanang matutunan kung ano pa po ang pwedeng gawin product mula dito
Salamat po. Sana po matulungan ninyo ako.
God Bless po.
Hi Ask ko lang kung supplier ba kayo ng ube dito manila? if so, how much per kilo and minimum order. thanks
san po ang location ninyo?
sa cubao po
30 pesos per kilo po. free delivery na po. mga ilan kilo po ba ang order nyo?
can i know who post the kamias jam article?? a.s.a.p.
Hello, I just want to know if sodium metabisulfite is available in gramix?
sir, can i have your contact address, email add & land line number,,tnx
can I ask why you need it? I wrote it several times in previous comments.
i am very interested in ordering this medicine for my mother that has diabetes can you please give me the information in ordering these capsules for my mother thank you and god bless… gary
hi have you tried alternatives
Hey sir Marvin!
I was scavenging the internet today for local food recipes for my project proposal, and discovered your blog! But I’m not bothering you for any advice today. I’m just dropping a comment to tell you that your blog is the miracle God sent me today! )
thank you very much!
Good Day po.
I just want to ask for help. Me and my partner were thinking for our thesis. but we do not have a title yet. but we are thinking about Cacao. Can you give us any suggestion of a thesis problem about cacao. Thank you
Hi Je-ann! First of all, is your thesis for undergrad or Masteral? Kasi if it is for undergrad you should ask first your adviser if he will allow you to take Experimental Method or Descriptive.
Sa Experimental you can use Cacao sa Pandisal at kung ano ang health benefit ng Cacao sa tao.
Perhaps you should think of something else. Cacao is a well-studied commodity.
My Santol Ice Cream Experiment was already approved by our Professor as my Thesis Experimental Method, but he asked me to substitute sugar from any sweeteners that is healthy also for elders most especially for Diabetic people.
A week ago, i have heard over GMA 7 that their is a plant that can be substitute to sugar, but I forgot the name and also I have read here on Foodrecap about Coco/Nipa Sap can be a substitute to sugar.
Sir Marvin, can I also use Coco/Nipa Sap for my Santol Ice Cream? How can I get the procedure of doing this Coco/Nipa Sap as a sugar. Please help me on this Sir.
Thank you and more power.
You can use muscovado sugar from sugar cane or the coco/sugar palm/nipa sugar. They all have low Glycemic Index. Hope your Prof allows you to buy the sugar instead of preparing your own. The muscovado is the easiest find.
Procedures for processing coco sugar can also be found in this site.
I just need to include the recipe and procedure in processing the Coco Sugar and I also need to buy a finished product to be use for my experiment.
Can you give me idea on where to buy Coconut palm/nipa Sugar?
Department of Agriculture is actively promoting coconut sugar. Perhaps they have list of coco sugar manufacturers. Contact the central office.
Several merchants are selling coco sugar online. Find them on entrepreneur.com.ph forum, multiply, ebay and facebook.
Here are the two synonymous processes:
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Hej. I did not now when I bought 4 rambutan fruits that you are not supossed to eat the seed in The middle. I ate the first seed of the the first rambutan fruit but I am a litlle worried. After that I red about the fruit and will never eat the seed again. Is the seed dangerous or you have to eat several seads before its dangerous?
It is said that seed coats are poisonous. no recorded seed poisoning cause it is not normally eaten. i am trying to find the lethal amount but cannot find any reference yet. I often accidentally crushed seeds with no observable health effects.
gud am pwede ko b malamn ung number mo? gusto ko kc matuto gumawa nang coconut sugar.. kase i have my own coconut plantation… i’ll just leave my number 091749945three8…
Where is your place? I have several articles about kaong/sugar palm and coconut sugar making and how to harvest good quality sap. Hope those can help you start.
You need the following:
1) a good mangangarit – for getting good quality sap.
2) a hand refractometer – for measuring sap sugar content before boiling, 20Brix is the best but as low as 10Brix is still good
3) wide cooking vessel / kawa – for boiling the sap, the wider the better.
4) a candy thermometer – for monitoring the end point of 115 degree centigrade.
feel free to reach me via text (09155408271) or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via this contact page. Email is recommended cause I have carrying cellphone.
I need your help with regards to Coco Sugar kasi po Im doing my Thesis an Experimental Method my prof told me to use coco sugar instead of using cane sugar coz according to him it is much more healthy.
Please let me know your place so that I can visit you and have a chat with you regarding the process of doing this coco sugar. Ill send you text message on the number written above.
April 26, 2012
Tanong ko po pano po gumawa sa bahay ng barquillos na dagdagan ko ng dragon fruit as flavoring? Mahilig kasi anak ko sa mga pagkaing crispy at may shape na pareho sa french fries.
I have never tried it yet. You may recipe from other blog.
A recipe [http://oggi-icandothat.blogspot.com/2010/05/barquillos.html]
A cooking video [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLE6jC7zbtg]
The process looks very simple. I wish I have that folding metal sheet!
Sir, do you know where we can order shrink wrap? Im from the National Power Corporation and we,re looking for supplier of shrink wrap for the charcoal briquettes.
Thanks and regards.
Contacts included in this link might help you[http://www.foodrecap.net/pack/philippine-packaging-suppliers/]
April 12, 2012
Thank you very much for the reply. Ang hirap po kumain sa fastfoods and restaurants kasi me condition nga anak ko. Recommended sa kanya ang GFCF diet. French fries ang isa sa mga kilala niya na pagkain. Kanin, gulay hindi niya gusto.
Thank you po uli. Pasensiya na sa abala.
April 10, 2012
Thank you. I forgot to ask you pala kasi me condition ang anak ko. I am placing him on a gluten free diet. Paano po ang paggawa ng french fries using our indigenous crops na gluten-free as well as cooking oil na gluten free? Any suggestion po is very welcome because puro imported ang nakikita kong gluten free food dito. Mahal. Kaya I am turning to our native rootcrops/tubers to make into fries.
Pasensiya na po uli sa abala.
As far as I know ay walang gluten ang french fries, unless na i-dip sya sa gravy or ketchup na may flour as ingredient. Gluten can be found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale. It is present in all bread and cake type and all other foods with flour as ingredient. Check the label carefully to see if flour or wheat, barley, rye and triticale are present. Ask restaurants manager if they are using such.
Other foods in their pure raw form are gluten free , like mango, camote, potato, ampalaya, rice etc…
Processed foods are doubtful.
e.g. a gravy or fishball sauce is gluten free if thickened with cornstarch, not if thickened with flour.
Flour is sometimes used to bind meat products such as corned beef, patties and siomai.
All kinds of bread, cakes and the likes contain gluten.
A gluten-free bread is not a real thing. Gluten is a must in bread making.
Avoiding any kind of processed food might be easier than sorting out gluten free products.
I am sorry for the late reply!
Hello! We would like to invite you and and all your readers/subscribers to ORGANICS 101: EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO ASK ABOUT CHOOSING, BUYING AND EATING ORGANICALLY-PRODUCED FOOD, a highly informative PUBLIC FORUM with organics expert Mr. Raymund Rubia of AANI, sponsored by the Consumer Rights for Safe Food, on Friday, March 30, 1:00-5:00pm at Miriam College Environmental Studies Institute, Katipunan Avenue, QC. Will appreciate your help in spreading the word on choosing and eating organic. I am hoping you can post it in your blog so your followers can have the chance to attend the forum. If you will allow me, may I have your email so I can send you the jpeg file on this? Or you may also want to check out “Consumer Rights for Safe Food (CRSF)” in Facebook. Thanks you so much po! Respectfully yours, Noemi T
I have a question regarding Lup Cheong. I just made some using a recipe from Singapore. It is all organic with no nitrites or nitrates. They hang it out in 65 F temp in the shade to dry for approx 60-90 days. Is there any concern of it rotting or spoiling. Some people say that the meat becomes an enzyme and works as the preservative, so is this anything that I need to worry about. I replaced about half of the pork with wild duck. In 5-1/2 lbs I used 3/4 cup of sugar, and 1 cup of whiskey.
Do you have any recommendation for fatty liver?
My SGPT is above normal and I need some advice..
medicine prescribe by doctor is the best for immediate relief but some readers from guyabano discussion might help you.
Hello po! Do you know a place where I can buy chitosan?
Desperada na ako, I’m asking everybody, I need it for my thesis sana po.
Chitosan? The fat blocker? Ask Mercury Drug. Or secure a paypal account and buy it online e.g from amazon or ebay.
You can also ask laboratory supply companies to order it for you.
to whom it may concern
I’m an business owner in frog (Rana) farming, and in order to export our products we need your assistance for finding a costumers.
i appreciate if you could introduce some investors.
Where do I find Gubayano fruit, tea or related products in South Africa? I need it urgently to use to cure cancer.
Where do I find this in USA?
SOUR FRUITE OR GUABANO FRUITE
its is known as graviola in other countries. Try looking for that name instead
Sir, good afternoon.
Do you happen to know where to buy pancit pancitan or ulasimang bato? Or do you know any alternative for persistent shoulder pain.
I am personally using ginger. Slice ginger thinly. Roast slightly over flame, about 20 seconds. Dip in eficascent oil. Then apply to painful area. Use a bandage to hold it over time. The ginger soothing effect last up to 6 hours.. This solution is also temporary until you found the source of pain.
Shoulder pain possible causes: Wrong sleeping position – thick pillow or curved bed. Too much work. The food eaten – unbalance diet or over consumption of animal fats, softdinks and other artificial foods.
If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
Hi! we are looking for Jar supplier, Please send us quotes on Jam Jars or Honey Jars about 200gm or below. Thank you.
0939 261 14 65
We the ABE United Student Council (ABE-USC) will be having our Intramurals 2011. We are requesting for you and your company’s help to sponsor our Intramurals, by means of product or financial assistance. It would be a great opportunity for your company to market your product during the said event. Our Intramurals 2011 will be on November 28-29, 2011 at RASAC Basketball Court and Multi Purpose Center Located at Alvarez street near Bambang Sta. Cruz Manila.
Arvin R. Cruz
When was it featured in Jessica Soho tv show?
when was it fatured in Jessica Soho?
how much is the bottle of nata de coco..thank you so much
Thank you:) On-season fruits and vegetables are cheaper and I think sweeter and appropriate for the kind of weather… I want to know more…
do you have list of fruits and vegetables on-season per month?
Sorry! I will try to make one. Philippine fruits and veggies are too many to list. It will surely take time to find them all.
Hi. I’m a new bee keeper from Baguio City and would like to ask help if where I could get bottles (with cap) for honey. Do you have cellphone numbers of the suppliers? Thanks a lot!
The easiest to find good bottles for low volume requirement is going to Synergos…
Or find other supplier by reading the complete listing…
Applying For Link Exchange? Thanks!
how to remove free faty acid fron vergin coconut oil
must i add custic sodium to the oil and put this oil on fire ?
please can you give a practical solution
There is no easy method I think.. This two links might be useful [http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/5560950/claims.html] [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960852408001739]
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what is the question first ?
I am planing to start fruit jelly manufacturing unit at hindupur.(andhrapradesh state). Pl let me know weather you will help in this regard like jelly making formula and training or visit of any running jelly unit at your plce… plz guide me in this regard asap….
I am very willing. However, my place is too far away from yours. I am from the Philippines.
ok, can you please help me regard the jelly making formula… i can pay you what ever it’s costs…
where can we buy your alkaline product (powder), the nearest store in our location. we’re from sarangani province
I already contacted them before but no reply. I think their market has a very limited scope
sarangani provaince is in india or where?
alkalin is a caustic sodium or caustic potasium
you can find it inywhere
Sarangani Province is in Philippines
I’m Kim Sanchez from Bright Idea, the PR Agency of Max’s Restaurant. We are currently updating our directory, if it’s okay, we also want to ask for your contact number and e-mail address so we can update and invite you for Max’s upcoming events.
Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.
Bright Idea Events Management
Thanks for your website do you have training or seminars on how to make banana and camote chips.
I am in usa.My grandson 10 yrs. old platelet count has gone low to 24000. how can i get tawa-tawa herb for my grandson.
Thanks for the reply.
YOU need not hide anything.
Write dried tawa-tawa(snake weed) its (botanical name)herb
for medicinal use only
How much it will cost first class mail ? WHAT WILL BE THE WEIGHT OF THE HERB?
How many days it will take to reach; bolingbrook, illinois 60440 USA
Please check this information.
how the money can be sent to you
Thanks for the article how to process the sap of the palm tree that ferments rapidly. No wonder that sweet tasting juice becomes sour by the end of the day.
To pasteurize and prevent fermentation but preserve its flavor, how many degrees of temperature does it requires? Is there a pasteurization equipment to do this?
I’m planning of visiting home and drink this juice.
Please write also an article of how to make a powder agar-agar out of sea weeds.
Thanks for the reply.
Since Filipinos have no commercial products of any bottled palm juice, that I know of, I went yesterday to a Thai store in Houston to buy their Palm Nectar. I was disappointed because the taste was not the same as our own fresh palm juice. It was too sweet and did not have that biting after taste kick.
Another Filipino product that is missing in the market in Houston is the Filipino dried seaweeds. Kelp from China and Japan are abundant in Asian stores but they do not taste the same as our own seaweeds.
Houston is the 4th largest city in the US and has a lot of Filipino residents who will be buying these products along with the famous Filipino fresh mangoes. Hopefully some enterprising Filipinos, even non-Filipinos, will initiate to do this business in Houston after reading this blog.
Your blog does help in disseminating information to the community both locally and internationally. Keep it going!
hi! we’re interested to feature yung mga wine na nasa blog nyo po. Pwede po ba kayong magdemo for us. It will be aired sa Pinoy MD, a health related show of GMA 7.
Pa-feedback po sir.
Marami pong salamat.
I’m interested in cheese making. can you recommend a seminar that i can attend into. Where can i buy cheese making ingredients such as rennet, starter cultures etc.
hope you can help me out.
dear sir or madam
i am very much interested in synthetic soy sauce and vinegar mass production pls tell me where we can buy the cane crystalline for vinegar and the union sauce for soy sauce making and do you mean by i.m.p. in soy sauce pls reply at least i found you for i have been this process of making soy sauce and vinegar pls help me its my livelihood to support my family
lord bless you arthur
I’m interested in cheese making. can you recommend a seminar i can attend to?
Thanks. God bless.
I’d just like to thank you for sharing all your knowledge on your blog. There is so much information on local products that I find so enlightening. If you ever have any talks, seminars, I’d very much be interested to attend.
Thanks again and keep up the good work.
is jimmy dy is part of your company,.?
may i know who is the author of the article on making Sweetened Mango Peels? I am making a research on making Sugar Coated Indian Mango Peelings, yeah similar in what this article says. But first i need to have a phytochemical analysis of Philippine Indian Mango Peelings because there is no particular studies about its phytochemical constituents. My Professor said I need to do it first so that I will know what nutrients and bad side effects we can get from it. May I know if do he/she have a certain phytochemical analysis on Philippine Indian Mango Peelings? If you have, pls reply or send me an e-mail(email@example.com). Thankz
sir practical bang gawing bang gawing vinegar ang plantation type na banana from mindanao,taga central mindanao kasi ako at nagbabalak ako na magtayo ng vinegar production business from banana,coconut sap(tuba) at african palm oil plant.abundant kasi sa amin yung mga crops na nabangit,include na rin yung papaya.
Sa ngayun sir TNT ako dto sa California,halos survival lang ako dto,kaya nagiisip akong umuwi na lang dyan sa atin,kung pwede sana,kung pwede baka may kakilala kayo na pweding gumawa ng feasibility studies,including the production process,at design ng equipment.
Salamat sir napakaganda ng blog at webpage nyo,malaking tulong sa mga kagaya ko.
ang tel. number ko 5307235027
I am writing to you because I have good reason to believe that your image for Bulanglang has been used without your consent. I have been a victim of plagiarism by The Cuisine of Hawaii facebook page, where recipe text and images were used without permission. If you did indeed consent to the use of your bulanglang photo, then please accept my apologies for bringing this matter to your attention.
Your image appears on the Wall page and you’ll need to click on the more posts link at the bottom. I am inserting both the url for the Wall and also for the page where your image is located.
Again, if you have given consent to Cuisine of Hawaii, please accept my apologies and thank you very much for your time.
Contact this person first by e-mail. Be professional in your approach. Save your e-mails and save his or her response. If this person does not respond, approach the website provider of this person and inform them that they published a stolen picture/article so it must be removed from this website. They might ask you for proof that it is yours or ask you for additional requirements. Also e-mail facebook administrators if this person posted your pictures/articles in facebook.
Someone wrote that to prevent thieves, it is advisable to copyright your webzine. At the bottom of each webzine page, place a copyright symbol to alert thieves that if they infringe your pictures and articles, they could be sued. In order not to get caught, the thieves are cutting or defacing watermarks, substituting local words for different words to make the article their own but by changing words, the sentences does not make sense anymore. They still get caught anyway and pay heavy fines.
Check the copyright office there if they can give assistance to you too.
Hopefully this problem will end.
I am currently developing a seminar on Crisis Preparedness and I would like to use a video clip of a news or related news about the mislabeled quick chow. where do you think I can secure one? even just for a few seconder clip. I will be glad to hear from you.
Arnie Ray Del parto
we are conducting feasibility study regarding sa paggawa ng dragon fruit wine. Sana po ay matulungan nyo kami, kailangan po namin ng informations regarding dragon fruit wine. Please please please
please contact me at 09158790433 or on my email firstname.lastname@example.org or dito din po sa site nyo. Thank you.
I’m looking for powdered seed of duhat. can you help me find one.
gud day sir, do you know where can i find lubi-lubi fruit.
kuya gusto ko po malaman kung gaano nyo katagal napoprocess yung sa paggawa ng wine. at kung may alam po kayong taniman ng dragon fruit. tnx
Hi i been reading you blog which i find interesting and helpful..I am vegetarian and as much as possible i try not to take medicine so herbal medicine really helps a lot..recently my mother-in-law have this “TIBICOS MUSHROOM” which i find nice to drink and heard also that it has lots of health benefits.. I wonder if anyone here also heard tried it too ..Thanks
please can you give me the process to produce the cocenyrate of tomato
traditional process,for home
industrial process to sale on locl market in canes
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the process to produce the cocentrate of tomato
Marvin V. Vicedo
I never hold any trainings or seminars. I am sure you can master the cooking technology within few tries.
I am willing to send you the herbs you need but:
1) ordinary mail takes 3 weeks to 4 weeks or even months to arrive. I do not have the resources to pay first class mail service.
2) I do not know if the entry of this herb to your country is permitted. If not, how can I hide them from being noticed and compiscated.
3) the herbs need few days drying before packing.
Getting the herb in here in philippines is easy.
Most pasteurization require 70 degree centigrade for 15 to 30 minutes. It never boil, so preserving most of the flavors.
I am going to look for sea weeds in our market place so I can try making agar-agar out of it.
ahhhh demo… sure ! saan at kailan? I need to prepare materials for this..
According to news, the best tasting pinoy cheese came from Laguna. You may inquire about rennet and cheese technology at University of the Philippines Los Banos. This university is responsible for developing rennet, a starter culture from cow stomach.
Please contact UPLB College of Agriculture
University of the Philippines Los Baños
College, Laguna 4031, Philippines
Telephone: (63) (049) 536-3546
Fax: (63) (049) 536-3535 #2001, #2000, #2010
FNRI of DOST might also help you. http://www.fnri.dost.gov.ph/
Inquire other ingredients at MGM, 61 Mariveles Corner Sultan Streets Mandaluyong City.
or Look for Gramix near Philippine General Hospital. (sorry no contact info)
The best way to know the source of synthetic soy sauce and vinegar materials is to attend the seminar conducted Nego-Skwela (I lost my hard copy, I am very sorry). They have a seminar about Toyo and vinegar making (they are teaching the synthetic methods).
You can try to contact negoskwela :
For more information please contact us at tel. nos.:
433-0621 / 433-0637 / 924-5111 / 497-4163 / 426-7952
Cell nos.: 0917-8314477 / 0920-9058940
Email Add: email@example.com
You can also try to find the materials at chemical and food ingredient suppliers like:
GRAMMIX FOOD INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED
Contact Person: Ms Nanita Salarzon
Address: 854 Apacible Street Manila 1000
Telephone 0063 2 5253080
MGM FOOD COMMODITIES CORPARATION
61 Mariveles Corner Sultan streets
Mandaluyong City 1150
i.m.p is nucleotides inosinate – a substance similar to monosodium glutamate (vetsin)
@libay – University of the Philippines, Los Banos is making cheese out of goat milk. Try to contact them:
The College of Agriculture
University of the Philippines Los Baños
College, Laguna 4031, Philippines
Telephone: (63) (049) 536-3546
Fax: (63) (049) 536-3535 #2001, #2000, #2010
They also have the rennet technology for cheese.
Try to inquire at negoskwela.
433-0621 / 433-0637 / 924-5111 / 497-4163 / 426-7952
Cell nos.: 0917-8314477 / 0920-9058940
Email Add: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philippines is not a milk producing country so it is hard to find a seminar about cheese making.
@pmdinners – thanks and welcome!
jimmy dy? Nope! Why do you asked?
Yap its practical. You may also want to try making wine from the said sources. Wine is more expensive than vinegar.
Any part of my blog can be used without consent as long as the user give proper credits or links. I am watermarking all images to let people know that my blog exists.
The author of this Hawaii Cooking has three violations: 1) cutting my watermark 2) not giving link or credit to my blog and 3) deceiving people, bulanglang is a Filipino cooking.
No man is an island. I am also sourcing from other web, blogs, books, magazines and television. However, I always try my best to give credits and not to republished any work with strict copyright notice.
This man is earning money by selling books. I guess, a little credit to his sources won’t hurt his income. I never know what to do with this guy. I am just hoping he would mind giving credits to his sources.
I never have enough time to look for persons who are spying and grabbing my work. I am very thankful for your efforts.
Is there anything I can do to stop others from stealing our work?
P.S. Why are you not putting any advertisement on your blog? A few bucks a month from your hobby.
I heard the news from Bandila about june 14 to 16. Hope you can find episode replays on the net.
We made around 1,000 bottles (375 ml) dragon fruit wine. People are very willing to buy cause the product is new and cheap – only 100 pesos. We are not able to conduct the feasibility study cause the funding was discontinued.
Dragon fruit is an expensive commodity but we are able to trim down the SRP to 100 pesos by using reject fruits – with cracks, scars and bruises.
It was my first time hearing about powdered seed of duhat. I read before that it is used for diabetes treatment. Refer to this blog for a more detailed info about the seed powder —http://spicingyourlife.blogspot.com/2009/07/jamun-seed-powder-diet-for-diabetics.html. Hope it helps.
You are looking for a rare information – finding some is really hard.
The fermentation process is 3 to 4 weeks. The wine can be consumed after the period but the aging process of usually six months to one year makes the wine more acceptable.
Dragon fruit plantation: there are many here in Indang, Cavite. Ilocos Norte was featured on Jessica Soho for having wide dragon fruit plantation.
Ask lang po namin baka may alam po kayong exact address ng taniman ng dragon fruit sa Indang, Cavite. Kailangan lang po namin mainterview yung nagpapalakad ng taniman. Kailangang Kailangan lang po namin sa aming feasibility studies. Salamat po.
Silan Farms sa Tambo Kulit, yung kanto papasok ng Daine. Look for Eddie Silan.
Ang alam ko meron din sa Agus-os. Look for Belen Matel.
I think Cavite State University also has small plantation area. Look for Dr. Teddy Tepora of Extension Services.
googling tibicos mushroom returned some results which signifies that some people have tried it already. I will try making right ups and wait for some user response to answer your queries.
You may refer to this article for tomato concentrate processing [http://www.foodrecap.net/recipe/tomato-puree-and-simple-concentrate/]
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