Protein needs can be Filled with Fly Larvae from Machine Eat It

Everyone must know that soy or eggs can be a meat substitute material because it is rich in protein. But apparently protein needs can also be met from fly larvae harvested from the machine. Want to try?

Woman from Austria, Katharine Unger, developing a new engine, named Farm to harvest 432 pounds of larvae every week and enough for two meals. Industrial design graduate of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna is developing the idea because he wanted to tackle livestock meat industry by producing proteins that nobody else in the house comes from the larvae of flies.

Larvae were processed using Farm 432 will smell like potato flour with the taste a bit ‘spicy’ and solid. This machine is designed with light and space Unger enough for fly larvae to grow and produce. Although the current design of the tool is still in use in the home kitchen, but the system could be improved for use in the professional kitchen.

“This tool is easy to use by anyone, you just need to put some black flies and here they will breed and then moved to a larger space to produce larvae,” Unger said, as quoted by the Daily Mail, Thursday (1/8 / 2013).

Then, the larvae will be in a separate area and then it will move to the top of the tube. Once processed, the larvae will be directed into containers such as cups and ready to be eaten. Some larvae which fell back into the machine will be processed again.

Unger chose black flies because it’s kind of easy to breed animals and contains high calcium, amino acids, and 42 percent protein. The amount is double the protein content in chicken breast. One gram of black fly eggs can produce 2.4 kg of protein after processing at Farm 432 for 432 hours.

“But if the black flies are not to your taste, then the larvae of other animals can also be used,” said Unger. In 2050, meat production is expected to increase 50 percent to meet the needs of a rising population.

“Since we’ve been using one third of agricultural land for the production of animal feed, it is necessary to develop new methods of production alternative food sources,” said Unger.

Recent reports indicate that the insect is one viable source of protein for humans such as grasshoppers or ants can be packed into protein substitute that is not more dangerous than beef cattle. To eat the larvae, Unger recommend using tomato risotto.

“I love mixing parboiled rice with rice and larvae, then I add a lot of tomato sauce in it and a little parmesan cheese. Then add a little parsley or basil on it, then you become perfect dish,” says Unger.

Formalin-Free Cut Chicken Business typical Bang Nojeng

Getting a healthy and halal food is a demand and need for masyarat. However, still found rogue traders who sell food using dangerous preservatives like formalin chicken or chicken syringe.

Seeing these conditions, Suparno or familiarly called Bang Nojeng finally moved sells chicken pieces “ASUH” or short for safe, healthy, whole and halal for consumption.

“Based on information from the public that the chicken was still circulating in the community found using preservative-macem macem. Cuts I want to make a reply, I do not use formaldehyde can,” said Bang Nojeng to detikFinance in JCC Senayan Jakarta, Thursday (13/9 / 2012).

Bang Nojeng departing from home-based business since 1983 cutting chicken then decided to change the concept of business since December 20, 2011 by selling fresh chicken with quality cooling manufacturer yet economical prices.

“We’re packed with good packaging, I do not want to lose the packaging manufacturer,” he added.

Advantages that Nojeng Bang chicken pieces have been sold at 24 outlets in Jakarta has a different flavor than the chicken sold in the market.

“When using ice it closes the pores, protein-protein animal protein but it does not come out of the chicken was freshly cut open pores so there could be contaminated with the scent but if we are truly never alone fell onto the floor,” he added.

Thanks to hard work, Bang Nojeng can now supply fresh chicken for resotran and upper middle class consumers in Jakarta up to 3 tons per day. But the achievements of Bang Nojeng not stop there, he wanted to introduce the concept of healthy and fresh chicken at economical prices in traditional markets.

“We do not make a profit but selling lots and lots of booths in each market introducing traditional,” he concluded.

Are you interested in ordering or would like to know more about the products HEALTHY chicken ala Bang Nojeng. You can come to abattoirs (slaughterhouses) Crab Swamp Road.

Industry: Gipang, The Crunchy Sweet of Banten!

Snacks that one is said to be one of the Banten savouries are sold as souvenirs. It feels crisp, sweet, slightly sticky because it is made of sticky rice mixed with sugar water. Want to taste it?

Banten and Jakarta distance is not so far away. But not many know that this small town also keep some snacks that shake up the tongue. One of the snacks are pretty popular Bantam either be enjoyed as a snack or a souvenir is gipang cake.

Arguably the ingredients for the cake gipang very simple. The main ingredient is glutinous rice to make white or red sticky rice. Once steamed, then cooled and washed glutinous water and then dried in the sun to dry too sticky. Well, then fried and then mixed with sugar water so typical slightly sticky texture when eaten.

Gipang that is so thin and cut into pieces. If the first gipang not have a flavor variation, gipang now made ​​in a variety of flavors such as pandan flavor and brown sugar. Some are smeared with peanut butter on it to impart a delicious savory-savory.

Gipang now arguably the confectionary that is quite rare, not many sellers these snacks outside the city of Serang. Even in Punjab alone gipang only made ​​in cottage industries in the villages. Though this snack has a huge potential, because it feels good addition gipang price is very affordable.

Sarungtinyu patties, Promising Home Based Recipes

Culinary business ideas can come from anywhere. Even the food that we usually eat at home, which may have previously considered normal, could become a promising business. Provided that there is a strong intention, whatever can produce the coffers of dollars

This is the underlying Amanda, Saeful and his two friends. Their average age is under 25 years old was thought to make business. After each of their ideas, eventually named patties Sarungtinyu culinary style that they choose to be their business.

“We are inspired from the many spicy foods on the market. Chips if it always, we want to try something different but also spicy. So we try the cakes,” says Amanda who is familiarly called Manda to detikbandung.

Sarungtinyu own name of course meaningful. Cakes he made it shaped like a boxing glove.

“Sarungtinyu also punched the right philosophy when it nampol tuh. Whilst our cakes taste as well pedesnya nampol, so named after sarungtinyu. Why not boxing gloves, because if not you people like to mention Sunda boxing gloves so tinyu gloves, sandals so senal,” said Manda with a laugh.

Just two months into the culinary business. Manda two colleagues resigned, until now only Sarungtinyu managed by Manda and her boyfriend Saeful.

Manda cakes are created equal as we often make at home. Manda said he did not have a special recipe of cakes he made.

“The recipe fabricate. Material yes potatoes, celery, etc., so the recipes themselves alone try to find any really delicious. So I love-love recipes that important good,” he said relaxing.

Manda perkedelnya initially marketed in the campus cafeteria. Then Manda market through twitter with the name @ sarungtinyu.

“At first sell-sell in the cafeteria, through the fuel, now selling same on twitter. Much love, make snacks,” said student Padjajaran the class of 2007.

Manda admitted selling cakes Sarungtinyu enjoy this. He could not believe homemade cakes liked a lot. “Yes baseball nyangka wrote, likable people. Even now nobody wants the same franchise in Jayapura, Pontianak,” said long-haired woman.

Cake tasting Traditional Home Business

Business inspiration can come from anywhere as long as there is a will. Aspects of local traditions can be used as capital to start a business while keeping the local culture.

For example, a typical cake Gorontalo is trying maintained by a home-based entrepreneur from Gorontalo cake that had long settled in Jakarta, which named Mona Melani Djamal.

One typical food is the most favored Gorontalo boat cake, cakes made from brown sugar major, coconut milk, coconut slices, and given the pandan Dauh container shaped like a boat.

“Make cakes Gorontalo Gorontalo not accidentally let the cake is gone,” said Mona to the Editor (13/06/2011).

According to the raw materials to make this cake is fairly easy to come by because of the brown sugar until the coconut milk can be found in almost every market, both modern markets and traditional markets. But Mona admitted it is not easy to make a cake batter that was not damaged boat. He always tries to make a cake with the perfect boat.

“It took a struggle that wanted to make, should not be left ditungguin. Continues to make the container can not nyuruh people, not animating can not neat,” he said.

According to Mona, this boat cake introduced by his close friends when gathering. Currently, he has been marketing his boat pastries to out of town, even to his hometown in Gorontalo. Mona’s experience, can be an inspiration how memesarkan products cake home from the neighborhood market up to a wider audience.

“Used to love divided if there gathering. Continues know word of mouth is the only boat I make cakes. Now that mesen already everywhere as it may be sparse. Already nyampe everywhere to me, I never send pesenan Gorontalo to send aircraft use, “he explained.

Mona explains the capital to make a boat cake is fairly cheap. To make the cake as much as 50 boats, Mona only spent less than Rp 50,000. Hargsa only one slice of cake boat priced Rp 2,500. Mona claims often gets skewed comments from customers, but Mona seldom bother because it’s the price to pay to enjoy a boat patience in baking.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

Mona added, as this type of cake is rarely sold because he took this opportunity to meet their daily needs.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

By selling cookies boat, he was able to generate more than USD 3 million in a month, it also depends on the order came because Mona is only selling the boat cake if there are orders from customers.

“Not necessarily because tergangtung order, usually above Rp 3 million per month. Makes pesenan only if there is no sale actually” he said.

In addition to boat cake Mona also sell some cakes Gorontalo others, such as Sirikaya Fuel, How to Fill, Wapili. In addition to boat cake, Mona also serve
such order another cake and custard eclairs.

Industry: Savory Kriuk Clevis Banana Chips

For the people of Yogyakarta, banana weevil is no longer thrown away. Because the banana weevil proved to have economic value that can be processed into tasty and fiber-rich snack. Do not believe it?

Banana chips would have been ordinary, but what about the banana weevil chips? During the banana trees have been used ranging from bananas, banana heart, until the banana leaf. But the banana weevil themselves just ends up as waste dumped alias.

Actually chips made ​​from banana weevil has long developed by cottage industries especially in Bantul, Yogyakarta. Even the chips have been sold in packs because it is quite preferred by consumers.

Hump ​​that is typically used is the part that is under the ground up to root. Sections were cleared to obtain parts in white hump. Then do the cutting and soaking to remove the sap, then sliced ​​thinly and seasoned.

But not all kinds of delicious banana weevil to make chips. Several types of banana weevil used is derived from kepok bananas, plantains, and bananas khlutuk. These chips merits texture feels crisp and not bitter. Moreover, the banana weevil believed to contain fiber that can facilitate digestion.

Chips banana weevil is offered in the form of chips is ready for consumption or in dried form only and not fried. The chips that are fried to be more like little crackers shaped with a width slightly brownish color. While that sold dried (raw) and have dark brown fried first.

Ramadan, Sugar Sugar Origin Rohul Demand Rises

Palm sugar origin Rokan Hulu (Rohul) most in demand because people can survive for four months without melting. A good quality of palm sugar make this request during Ramadan and Lebaran increasing.

Palm sugar or palm sugar Rohul origin is the most delicious sugar than the same from others. Making a very natural recipe to make palm sugar origin Rohul most sought although the price is relatively more expensive compared to other palm sugar. But people like this Rohul palm sugar origin because its authenticity.

Mahmuddin (45) was one of middlemen Kaiti village, in the village of West Central Rambah, District Rambah, Rohul, which is 200 km to the northwest of Pekanbaru. In the village, entered the holy month of Ramadan until Lebaran, enaunya increased sugar demand than usual. If in regular day 150 kg, then when Ramadan to about 300 kg per day.

“There are about 30 heads of families who are struggling with making this palm gulau. Usually in a day, each of them can produce 5 kilograms. But this Ramadan they can make up to twice a day,” said Mahmuddin.

Production, further Mahmuddin palm sugar is still lacking because of this village is not only to meet the needs of Rokan Hulu. This sugar is also sold up to Pekanbaru.

The increasing demand to make the selling prices slightly up than usual. If usually sold at Rp 14 thousand per kg, now to Rp 16 thousand per kg. Based on the experience of previous years, during Ramadan every citizen could pocket the money from Rp 3.5 million to Rp 4.5 million.

“Month of Ramadan brings blessing for the villagers because they can achieve more sustenance than a cottage industry Kaiti palm sugar,” said Mahmuddin.
Concoction

Requirements to get a good sap juice, one of them is by heating or fumigating container bamboo as reservoirs. The goal for the juice and sour sap not be damaged.

Meanwhile, bamboo is carried up to the top of the container used as a substitute for cider juice container already filled. While the bamboo container mounted on the base of a palm tree at Mayang previous period, was brought down.

Before installing a bamboo container, the base has been cut sap Virgin beaten several times. This extra treatment has become a tradition since the species is fairly sensitive plants.

Not infrequently, people recite certain mantras or prayers as will tapping sap in hopes of getting better results the next day. “In our belief, this juice extract to be in a state of heart and mind clean and quiet. Goal for the juice sweet, flavorful sap which is not typical of acid and smells bad,” said Abdul End (54), one of the palm sugar makers.

Instead, when tapping sap juice in a state of anger hearts and minds are messed up, you can bet the results are not good. Once the raw material obtained, the next process is to enter Semambu root, a herb hereditary typical villagers Kaiti.

Ie three doses of this herb root segments Semambu to about 15 liters of sap extracts were accommodated within approximately one meter long bamboo earlier. This herb left in the palm juice for about seven to eight hours. The goal for the sweetness of palm growing steadily and has not changed so sour. This herb is also useful to condense palm sugar after cooking, making it easy to print and not easily melt.

“People who travel West Java was never suggested that we should change the root decoction Semambu with mangosteen skin. Having tried, the results are not as good as the ingredients our ancestors were using Semambu roots,” said Abdul.

After mixing the ingredients Semambu root, yellowish palm juice cooked over a wood-fired kiln for approximately five hours. Furthermore, palm juice that thickens inserted into the mold according to the tastes of the maker or buyer’s sugar people. Any sugar that has been successfully printed and then wrapped in banana leaves.

Typically in this packaging process, which is used instead of banana leaves green. But that is old and dry, brownish color. The goal is to maintain the quality of sweet mixed with sugar to keep it tasteful. The use of banana leaves as well as drying agents believed to prevent palm sugar melted and not easily damaged by moisture.

Of approximately 40 liters of cider harvest sap, Abdul could produce about 4-5 pounds palm sugar in a day. With the selling price of Rp 14 thousand per kg, Abdul had an income to send their three children to the college level.

Business in the Ever Revealed Cipinang Rahardi Ramelan

Freddy Budiman name drug kingpin back to attention. Was sentenced to death for allegedly getting special facilities languishing in prisons Narcotics Prison. Woman claiming to be his close friend, Vanny Rossyanne, reveals, there is a special room which is used in prisons with Freddy. Vanny’s recognition also resulted in dismissal of the Head of the Narcotics Prison, Thurman Hutapea.

Not just about to do with Freddy, Vanny also mentioned, Freddy is still in control of its business in the prison. 2012 last year, Freddy is known to bring in large quantities of ecstasy pills from China. He could still organize smuggling 1,412,475 ecstasy pills from China and 400,000 ecstasy from the Netherlands.

Alleged business run from behind prison reminiscent of the stories that have been revealed by the ex-convict case Bulog funds, Rahardi Ramelan, which had languished in Cipinang. In 2008, he launched a book Cipinang Underdeveloped Villages. Business Rahardi expressed in the book is not a big business that operated as Freddy.
This paper has also been published in Kompas.com in August 2008.

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DJ a prisoner who has long been Palkam (Head Room), control of oil trading land and drinking water, and reputedly derived turnover up to 15 million per day.
For two years in Cipinang, in addition to support two wives with 5 children, it can help finance the manufacture of his family home in the village.
All trade turnover estimated at Cipinang could reach USD 100 million per day. Biggest business is the sale of cigarettes, because not only serve inmates but also staff and officials.
That footage stories poured ex-convict case Bulog funds, Rahardi Ramelan in his village Cipinang Disadvantaged.
Former head of Bulog, said he was likened Cipinang tub underdeveloped villages. Why?

“Yes, because in it there are educational baseball, baseball’s okay, just behind the village rich,” said Rahardi, Wednesday (20/08/2008).
Story in 190 pages thick book that is the story of his experiences while serving a sentence since August 2005 until September 2006. “During my LP instead in fat, added weight 4 pounds because baseball thinking anything,” he continued.
One of the stories are quite interesting diutarakannya matter of business is in prison in East Jakarta numbers. Description Rahardi described, in almost every residential block long Cipinang there are many stalls that provide all the necessities of life like a supermarket.
Various goods supplied ranging from fast food, instant noodles, coffee, rice, and wheat. In fact, fresh vegetables and necessities like toothbrush, flip-flops, and was full of drugs available. This stalls flourished because of the food supplied Prison inmates are considered less standard.

“The quality and taste is very drab, no flavor other than salt,” writes Rahardi.
When new prisons were in operation, conditions are not much different. In new prison, not allowed to cook in the room, despite the fact that there are many kitchens that operate there. There are no less than 10 stalls and stalls selling a variety of foods, such as satay stalls, grilled fish, food stall, vegetables, up to a phone repair stall.
In addition to business stalls, Rahardi also tells how the penjenguk collected money (although the numbers seikhlasnya) will now visit detained relatives. Which is, of course, being the business of the prison officers.

“It’s time to come clean about the situation in the penitentiary or other government agencies. Actors who do not always blame. System we have created such a circumstance. Required overall settlement, including the welfare of employees,” said Rahardi. When asked whether he was not afraid to reveal the practices that take place in prisons, Chairman of Indonesian Association of Prisoners is just laughing. “Enggaklah, why be afraid. I’m just writing what I know, what I experienced during my imprisonment,” he said briefly.

Business pulse

In addition to all the food stalls and daily necessities, one of the lively business and serve as a way to transfer the money by inmates is selling pulses. How can that be?

Family or relatives to use way to transfer a number of pulses to the cell phone number of the inmates. Pulse that has been transferred is then sold to other inmates. In order to get cash fast manner, often times the pulses are sold much cheaper than the market price.

Pulse with a value of Rp 100 thousand sold at Rp 80 thousand, and at certain times can drop to Rp 75 thousand. “Every morning and afternoon, I heard cries of ‘sympathy, emtri, Eksel cepe’. Cry is not only one time but several times and made a few people. Apparently, they are the peddlers pulse trace around the halls of LP in residential blocks, as well as itinerant traders offering satay skewers in the surrounding residential areas, “writes Rahardi.

They are used to peddle pulse is mostly “under the child”, the lowest caste among the prisoners. “Children under” rarely visited family and did not provide a financial contribution for the purposes of room. The main buyers of these pulses are officers and officials and their families.

The rise of trade credit is not due to the high level of mobile phone use in prison, but because the inmates forced their daily financial needs. At the very least, they should provide the cost for money rooms, meal money, buy water, cigarettes, and others. Not to mention for the levies that often occur.

Most of the inmates hang financial fulfillment of families who visit. Transferring money via pulses considered safest of the various “circumcision”. Imagine, if directly give cash during a visit, perhaps none are up to half the inmates.

Slightly turnover, Profit Drops 54% XL fact to Rp 670 Billion

PT XL Axiata Tbk (EXCL) correction suffers 54% profit in the first half of 2013 to Rp 670 billion from Rp 1.46 trillion. The company’s revenue edged up 1%.

XL recorded net income of Rp 10.3 trillion in the first half of this year, from Rp 10.2 trillion in the previous position. The rise in revenue driven by increased data service revenues by 13%.

“Our performance this quarter marks our success to turn things around after a decline in the previous two quarters,” said President Director of XL Hasnul Suhaimi, in a press release on Thursday (01/08/2013).

Until the end of the first half of 2013, the XL has spent Rp 4 trillion for infrastructure investment in the data. A combination of internal funds and debt.

XL has signed a new loan agreement in U.S. dollars with Standard Chartered Bank in May 2013 for U.S. $ 50 million. Meanwhile, during the first half of this 2013 also, the amount of debt XL increased to Rp 17.1 trillion from Rp 12.7 trillion in the previous year.

“XL will remain focused on data services given the growing use of data rapidly increasing contribution to company revenues. During the first six months of this year, data revenue accounted for 22% of total revenue, compared to 19% last year, “he added.

Small Industries Product Banyuwangi Less Hygienic

Head of Industry Trade and Mines, Banyuwangi regency, East Java, Cahyo Hary Purnomo said many small and medium industrial products in the region are less hygienic.

It was, he said, based on the results of government-facilitated product test lab Banyuwangi in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya. Of 52 food and beverage products that are tested only 27 small and medium industries that pass quality standards of products. “The rest do not yet qualify as poor hygiene and sanitation,” he told reporters on Thursday, July 4, 2013.

Hary explained, they were considered not hygienic products for the manufacture not wear gloves, masks and headgear. Small and medium industries also use a lot of water that has been contaminated with the bacteria Escherichia coli. Though product E-coli contaminated prone cause stomach infection.

Even so, Hary claims will not pull the products that did not pass the quality standards. Government, according to Hary, new on stage to socialize about product quality standards to small industries. Department also continued to provide opportunities for small and medium industries which will be testing its products in Research and Industry Standards Surabaya.

In Banyuwangi, there were 16 792 small and medium industries, but only 5,012 are active. Of these 52 new small and medium industries which followed the test product quality standards.

Head of Standardization and Certification Quality System Certification Body Surabaya Siti Rohmah Siregar, recognize products of small and medium industries are still far from the standards of quality. “Their problem is quite complex,” he said in Banyuwangi.

According to Siti majority of small and medium industries yet have a quality management system so as to maintain the quality of the starting raw material to processing is not fixed. Moreover, awareness of small and medium industries for testing this product is very low. During this test a lot of small and medium industry products facilitated by the local government. “Government should provide facilities to the many small and medium industries that testing this product,” he said.

Suliyani, a pastry maker admits not been testing out products to the laboratory. According to him, in addition to the cost of the lab, is also burdened with the cost of transport between Banyuwangi-Surabaya commute. “The cost of transportation is to Rp 500 thousand,” he said.