Pork Barbecue for Homebased Food Business

Barbecuing and grilling refer to a fast cooking directly over high heat. It is derived from the word “barabicu” found in the language of the Taino people of the Caribbean. The word describes a grill for cooking meat, consisting of a wooden platform resting on sticks. Meat Materials: 1 kg Pork pigue or kasim 1/4

Cage Culture of Giant Freshwater Prawn

The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is a regional treaty organization established in December 1967 to promote fisheries development in the region. Its Member Countries are Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Union of Myanmar, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Lao People’s Democratic Republic. The policy-making body of SEAFDEC

Duckweeds, The Alternative Fish Feeds Part 3

The high cost of commercial feeds, around 60% on production cost of tilapia in Region 02, has prompted the bureau to undertake research study on duckweeds as alternative fish feed. Duckweeds (Lemna spp.) are small free floating plants with reported 18 – 42% crude protein content depending on the nutrient added on the culture media.

Netcage Culture of Tilapia in Small Freshwater Reservoir

Tilapia (Oreochromis spp) culture in freshwater cages had been gaining popularity in the Philippines due to its market acceptability in various regions of the country. Tilapias are relatively tolerant to a wide range of environmental factors making them easy to culture. Various culture techniques which have been developed through decades of R&D range from extensive

How to Weld – MIG Welding and TIG Welding

MIG Welding This is a basic guide on how to weld using a metal inert gas (MIG) welder. MIG welding is the awesome process of using electricity to melt and join pieces of metal together. MIG welding is sometimes referred to as the “hot glue gun” of the welding world and is generally regarded as

Making Homemade Bacon (Home Business)

Bacon, as the Wikepedia free encyclopedia defines it, refers to any certain cuts of meat taken from the sides, belly or back of a pig that may be cured and/or smoked. Meat from other animals may also be cured or otherwise prepared to resemble bacon, such as chicken, goat, or turkey bacon. In continental Europe,