How to Make Pineapple Jam

Procedure: Peel the ripe pineapple and remove the eyes and core. Wash, cut into small portions and chop finely. To every cup of the chopped pulp, add 3/4 cup sugar. Cook to jam consistency. Pour in dry bottles while hot. Remove air bubbles and half-seal. Sterilize 12oz jars for 25 minutes in boiling water. Seal

How to Make Pineapple Wine

Materials: 1 part ripe pineapple 1 part water 1/4 part sugar Fleischmann’s yeast or Red Star yeast Procedure: Peel the pineapple and chop. Measure and add water. (1 part water to every 1 part pineapple). Boil until the fruits are soft. Cool and strain. Add sugar to the extract (1 part sugar to every 4

Growing Pineapple and Its Many Uses Part 2

Culture and Management Land Preparation. Cut the brushes and weeds and bum them. Plow and harrow the field two or three times. Prepare furrows prior to planting. Methods of Propagation Suckers – shoots arise from the point of leaf stem below or above the ground. Crown – shoots arise on top of the fruit. Slips

Growing Pineapple and Its Many Uses Part 1

Scientifically known as Ananas Comosus Merr., pineapple is one of the country’s most popular fruits. It is also one of the top earners of foreign exchange among the country’s agricultural commodities. The fruit contains water, carbohydrates, substantial amount of Vitamin C and potassium, and other nutrients. Several varieties of pineapple are available in the Philippines.

The Benefits of Going Organic

The organic industry, like its harvest in sweltering summer, is still growing despite the harsh economic climate. This was shared by a group of green-minded entrepreneurs in a recent gathering of organic food producers at the EchoStore in Serendra Piaza, Taguig City. Industry leaders and new converts to the green side brought fresh ideas to

Turn Cashew Fruit Into Dried Nutritious Snack

Cashew, in addition to the well known nut, also bears a false fruit or cashew apple which is usually discarded when the nuts are processed because of its bitter and unpleasant taste. It was suggested to Pueblo a Pueblo (a small non-profit NGO in Honduras) that the fruit might form the basis of a by-product