How To Make Cashew Prunes

Among the by-products of cashew are jams, jelly, prunes or candied fruits. Candied fruits are fruits preserved in high sugar concentration to a point where microbial spoilage can no longer occur. Candying of fruits involves the slow impregnation with syrup into the fruit cells until the sugar concentration in the tissue is sufficiently high to

How to Make Cashew Wine

Wine and prunes are only two of the delicious products we can enjoy in the processing of cashew fruits. But we can truly get pleasure from them if we know how they are made and it’s really not as difficult as you think! Check out the ingredients, the utensils used and the step by step

Starting a Cashew Nut Processing Business

Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) is widely grown in the tropics because of its cashew nuts and apples. The cashew apple can be eaten raw or used in the production of jam, chutney, pickles or various beverages like juice and wine. The primary product of cashew nut is the kernel which is used extensively in the confectionery

Guide to Starting a Handbag Business Video

If you are looking for ideas to start a handbag business, you can go into manufacturing, or retailing. But before you get carried away by the excitement of the prospect of owning a business in line with fashion and designing, slow down and think like a businessman rather than an artist. Ask yourself this question:

FAQs of Wheatgrass, Part 2 Juicing

Basic Steps for Juicing Wheatgrass (1oz) Things You’ll Need: Wheatgrass blades – more or less 40g = 1 oz. of pure juice Manual or electric grass juicer Short glasses or measuring cups Bowl for grass pulp Organic non-toxic veggie wash (optional) What to do: Wash the wheatgrass blades thoroughly. You may also use an organic

FAQs of Wheatgrass, Part 1 Growing

What is Wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is a variety of grass that is sprouted from wheat kernels that possesses therapeutic and nutritional properties. The optimal level of growth of wheatgrass is from 6-10 inches of height, sprouted and grown for 7-14 days, depending on the temperature (warmth) of the growing conditions. Wheatgrass is available in juice, concentrate,