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#TECHNOTIPS: Coffee
by Catheryn Villorente - Wednesday, 21 October 2020, 02:20 PM
 
coffee technotiipsCoffee has four known varieties: Robusta, Excelsa, Arabica, and Liberica. Among them, Robusta stands out in terms of yield and resistance to pest and diseases.

Robusta is typically planted in areas with lower altitudes, and is the dominant variety produced in the country with 69% (48,463 metric tons) of the total coffee production in 2015-2016. Its resistance to pest is attributed to its high caffeine content (2%-2.5% compared to Arabica's 0.8%-1.3%).

Robusta is commonly known as "kapeng manipis" and is the main ingredient of instant coffee.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Meat
by Catheryn Villorente - Monday, 19 October 2020, 04:55 PM
 
meat technotipsHeading to the market to buy some meat? Make sure it is safe to eat!

When purchasing meat, it is important to use your senses of sight, smell, and touch. It should not have any unusual odor and/or color like greenish or red spots. It should also be firm to the touch. On the other hand, check the packaging for any tears, holes, or excessive amounts of liquid.

In line with the Food Safety Awareness Week on October 27-29, it is imperative to be informed to be safe. The National Meat Inspection Service encourages the public to buy meat from local stores where you can actually see what you are buying.

However, in case of online selling, verify that you are buying from licensed meat suppliers/entities. Bear in mind that meat must be kept in a cooler or insulated container to keep its freshness and avoid spoilage. Chilled meat is cold to the touch, while frozen meat must be rock solid. In case of imported meat, its frozen state must be maintained at all times, until such time that it is cooked.

Visit nmis.gov.ph for public advisories and other information on meat safety.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Onion
by Catheryn Villorente - Wednesday, 14 October 2020, 11:30 AM
 
red onionRed onions grown in the Philippines are known to have longer shelf life than the yellow ones. Red Creole and Red Pinoy are the most popular varieties in the country and are mostly grown in Central Luzon, MIMAROPA, and Ilocos Region. Quality produce from these varieties are also exported to Japan, Singapore, Hongkong, and Thailand.

In 2019, Central Luzon was the top producer of red onion at 19.74 thousand metric tons or 51.9% of the country's total production, followed by MIMAROPA with 42.4%, and Ilocos Region with 2.6%.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Calamansi Juice
by Catheryn Villorente - Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 09:38 AM
 
calamansi juiceWant a delicious drink that can ease your cold this rainy season? Calamansi juice might just be the answer.

Calamansi is a common part of Filipino cuisine as it can be used as condiment for pancit canton and arroz caldo; as sawsawan (Filipino dip) combined with soy sauce or patis for your chicken inasal, lumpia, or inihaw na baboy; and even as beverage through its juice.

Drinking calamansi juice has its nutritional benefit as it stimulates growth, especially among children, and can strengthen immunity. You can also use it for weight loss as it has the ability to not only boost the metabolism but also eliminate many of the toxins in the body that can contribute to fat storage.

Cultivating calamansi is easy to do as the plant grows well in cool and elevated areas and in sandy soils rich in organic matter. Waterlogged areas are not suitable for cultivation because calamansi plants cannot tolerate too much moisture.

Calamansi trees will start to bear fruit one or two years after planting. To harvest, pick the fruits from the branch, either by hand or by using a pair of scissors. Take extra care to prevent damage to the branches or to the leaves.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Cabbage
by Catheryn Villorente - Monday, 12 October 2020, 10:13 AM
 
cabbage technotips Cabbage is a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. It is rich in calcium, iodine, iron, sulfur, folate, phosphorus, and potassium. It also has vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E, C, and K.

Cabbage also has "indole-3 carbinol," an antioxidant that helps detoxify the liver. It is also rich in insoluble and soluble fibers. Insoluble fiber helps promote regular bowel movements while soluble fiber helps increase the number of beneficial bacteria in the gut.

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