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INGREDIENTS: 2 cups coconut ‘sapal’ ¼ cup flour 1 tsp salt 5 tsp toyo 1 egg 2 tsp cornstarch ¼ tsp vetsin (optional)
MATERIALS: Soybeans – ½ kg Salt solution – 6 li or 24 c Mold (Aspergillus Oryzae) Flour – ½ kg Rice bran – ½ tsp
White creamy laundry bar soap with the essence of citronella or other suitable essential oils. Materials: Coconut oil (primary) Caustic soda (35 Be) as saponifying agent Sodium silicate as soap builder
MANILA, Philippines – It is not true that only the cultivation of hybrid rice would enrich farmers. This claim is false, organic farmers had argued, as they revealed that the harvest of traditional varieties cultivated without using chemical-based fertilizers and agricultural inputs has increased. Farmers from Bulacan, Bataan and Pangasinan who have shunned the use [...]
An ideal tree to grow in the city or country is malunggay (Moringa oleifera). Moringa will give you food, fodder, fuelwood and shade. Its cialis low price pods make a tasty, nutritious vegetable. You can eat its tender leaves and flowers too. The leaves also make excellent livestock feed. Best of all, this useful tree [...]
The Malunggay (Sajina, Moringa) tree. Therapeutics of Malunggay/Moringa Sometimes, people think that solutions to their problems are expensive and hard to find. But more often than not, real solutions to basic problems are abundant, cheap and even free. Health problems are especially solvable with natural inexpensive gifts from nature.
Squash or kalabasa is a viny, creeping and trailing crop producing fruits and considered to be one of the most delicious vegetables. It is the most commonly and regularly grown among the cucurbits due to its rich source of Vitamin A, phosphorous and calcium . The young and tender shoots make good vegetable salad. The [...]
Swine influenza (also called swine flu, hog flu, and pig flu) refers to influenza caused by those strains of influenza virus, called swine influenza virus (SIV), that usually infect pigs. Swine influenza is common in pigs in the midwestern United States (and occasionally in other states), Mexico, Canada, South America, Europe (including the United [...]
With the success of Philippine-made ripe mango products in the global market, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is now conducting a research project which aims to produce world class products from green mango.
As pili nut is indigenous only in the Philippines, the government has long since recognized its economic importance in the country as a potential export crop. It ranks second to cashew nuts and has been a good stand-in for macadamia nuts. Pili nut is produced and processed mostly in the Bicol region.« Previous Entries Next Entries »