Franchising Basics

Franchising Basics

Franchising has become the one of the hottest business trends for entrepreneurs, budding and seasoned alike. Popular for its “turn-key” feature, franchising has become synonymous with the relatively painless setting up of businesses and “guaranteed” success. What could be better than to capitalize on ventures that have proven themselves successful, right? True, but business-hopefuls should know that there is much more to franchising than just paying a fee and building a store. Continue reading “Franchising Basics”

Home made Taosi



Taosi is salty fermented beans commonly used in food preparation or as condiment of Filipino dishes.

Raw materials:



Rice bran

Wheat flour


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Home made Banana sauce


Materials needed:

Ripe saba bananas

1 kilo Vinegar

1/4 liter Water

3 3/4 liter Salt

100 gm. Sugar

1 kilo Red pepper

2 pcs. (big) Siling labuyo

15-20 pcs. Powdered pepper

2 tsp. Onions, chopped

1 whole Garlic, minced

1 pc. Red catsup

1 tsp. Cloves

1/3 tsp. Paprika

1/3 tsp. Cinnamon

1/3 tsp. Sodium benzoate

0.08-1% Food coloring: chocolate brown

½ tsp. strawberry red — 1/4 tsp.


1. Remove the banana peelings.

2. Grind the banana with water, sili, chopped onions and garlic.

3. Add the remaining ingredients except sodium benzoate and food coloring.

4. Cook until thick, and sodium benzoate and food coloring. Stir very well.

5. Place in bottles while hot and seal tightly.

source:ITDI, tekno tulong



Banana is a common tropical fruit and is a good source of energy. Peanut is likewise a favorite nibble among children and adults, providing them a good amount of protein and fats. When mixed together, banana and peanut blend in s high-calorie, high protein food best suited for growing children.

Materials need:

(for a kilo of mix)

20 big pcs. banana (saba) unripe 3/4 kilo,

raw peanuts 2 3/4 cups + 6 tablespoons brown sugar

1 1/4 cup water. Continue reading “BANANA PEANUT MIX PORRIDGE”