Rescued Food Store

A very simple idea but hard to implement. A place where ready to discard food are collected together and given to those in need. It is hard but may not be as hard as I think. In Australia, OZ Harvest is implementing such. They are collecting food items that would otherwise go to dumpsite and […]

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Millet Edible Spoon

millet edible spoon

The world first ever edible spoon in mass production. It comes in three variants, sweet, plain and savory. If you usually eat plain rice and common poor man’s viand (sugar, salt, fish sauce, soy sauce and hot coffee), I bet the spoon will be gone in a jiffy. Perhaps also eat the spoon alone while […]

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Camote With Grown Shoots

comote with sprouts

I bought this piece of camote for my simple experiments but have left it alone on top of fridge for several weeks. I got several out of town duties to attend to. I am very sorry little one. Few days ago, I noticed several shoots sprouted and began growing. Based from what I have seen […]

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Edible Desktop Printer Inks ?

Edible inks ? I will not argue with this. It will not gain the edible prefix if not generally recognized as safe. Perhaps made with commonly know natural and synthetic food dyes. Unlike normal inks which are usually harmful. However, the term edible comes with a limited life span. It needs preservative of sort to […]

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Bottled Sweet Coconut Sap

coconut toddy

How long has it been since I last drank coconut sap. I guessed it was the first time. It was sweeter than what I expected and exhibited a little slimy mouthfeel. Their preservation technique is quite nice. Being able to brought it from Quezon Province farms all the way to Manila without a taint of […]

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Palawan Roasted Cashew Nuts

Eight hundred fifty pesos a kilo. Why I was not surprised? The cashew fruit with seed removed is almost useless. Except for people and company who can turn it to valuable products like wine, juice and jams. The fleshy fruit is juicy, predominantly astringent and a bit sweet. We used to sliced fruit to cubes […]

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