Formalin is not additive to food. Formalin is a material that is widely used in plywood industry, fertilizers, cosmetics, plastics, glass, insecticides and embalming. Why can be used in the manufacture of noodles, meatballs, and know? What are the substitutes safe? This little book gives the answer. Though talks about the rampant use of formalin for additional material in the food industry have subsided, it does not mean you do not need to be vigilant. If you have a home-based food industry such as meatballs, wet noodles, tofu or salted fish, you can learn from this book. 63 pages thick book entitled ‘Alternatives to Formaldehyde in Food Products’, written by Ir. Erni Tri Dewanti Widyaningsih and Sofia Murtini STP, MP reveals everything about the use of formaldehyde in food ingredients plus the use of formalin substitutes are safe. The book begins with a chapter Formalin is not material that explores the Food Additives Food Additives (BTM) which is governed by Republic Act No. 7 of 1996. The main reason people are not switching to formaldehyde formalin BTM is because it’s cheap and easy to come by. Not only that due to liquid form, then the process becomes shorter processing. Formalin is what makes the texture of meatballs, tofu and noodles chewy, pliable and not perishable. The danger to our health revealed in detail in the chapter ‘Danger Formalin’. Pungent smell of formalin which is already given an indication that the substance is hazardous to health. If inhaled can cause a serious headache, burning sensation, until respiratory tract infections. If consumed in large quantities can cause damage to the stomach, liver, kidneys to heart. To detect whether a food containing formaldehyde, the authors reveal how to measure or test of formalin in food that comes also with characteristic foods containing formalin. Of fresh fish, meatballs, tofu, salted fish to fresh noodles. In the next chapter ‘Formalin Substitute Materials on Food’ described the use of BTM by the rules and did not violate government laws and relatively inexpensive. Ranging from the use of Sodium Tri Poly Posphate (STPP) for noodles and meatballs that can give ekstur chewy. Rules of usage and the types of commercially available fully spoken. Likewise, the use of glycerin or glycerol and Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (CMC) for Mi wet. Also use salt for salted fish and tofu, vinegar to soak anaeka know and use herbs for fish processing. Safe use of a substance that is not only cheap, but also serves as a healthy pengenyal, preservative and flavor enhancer. Closing the description of BTM safe, explained in detail the stages of making meatballs, noodles Wet, salty fish, tofu without formaldehyde. Details of each stage of the production process following dosing formalin substitutes are described in detail.
Traditional sweets are made from natural ingredients appear to be increasingly eroded by a flood of candy-flavored modern candy, including candy imported from various countries. One of the traditional candy maker entrepreneurial surviving is Mr. Irwan (46 years old) with his wife, Sartini (40 years). Mr Irwan with his wife to be smart to look for solutions and innovations for the business they have done all these years, can remain on the level of business competition is increasingly high, especially the products are packed modern. One of the tactics that he did was to package sweets with lottery products. So, in a few candy wrappers which he tucked a small paper containing a number of prizes, like a toy car, pencil, small dolls, plastic cups, toys and gifts other children. With so many children, including teenagers who are interested in buying Mr Irwan production of traditional sweets that taste and smell pretty bad. Homemade candies Mr Irwan 100% made from traditional. Confectionery products include: candied ginger, candied papaya, candied fruit and candied Blimbing of orange peel. In the production process, he was still using simple tools. The following briefly described one way of making the sweets, the candied ginger.
Trends in rainbow colored cakes are being enliven the culinary realm in Bandung. After rainbow cake hits in Bandung, in this month of Ramadan, pastries enlivened the new variant coockies aka rainbow rainbow cake.
One of the producers who make variations rainbow cake is Arlen coockies. Home baking industry located in Jalan Pasir Impun No. 16, Bandung Sukamiskin this, make a rainbow cake of cheese.
The owner, Arlen Leni (38) thought to make cheesecake variations as inspired rainbow rainbow cake yab popular trend.
“Actually’ve thought for a long time. I really like to experiment. Example, there is a snow princess cake red, be inspired by it. Incidentally it is also a trend,” said the mother who is familiarly called Leni, to detikbandung.
The majority of species that make a rainbow cake is usually a cat’s tongue. However, Leni actually make the cheese cake ingredients.
“Most of the existing cat’s tongue. Though I make cheese different from the others. This difference is only in terms of color alone, so it can be applied on the cake that tastes salty,” said Leni.
Rainbow-style cheese cake Arlen coockies look nice. Cheese cake is just usually studded yellow cheese, now sweeter with 3 colors, namely red, yellow, green. On it also persists as a characteristic sprinkling of cheese cheese cake.
“Why only three colors, because as the song rainbow-rainbow. Red, yellow, green, sky is blue,” Leni said with a laugh.
Noodles is one of food products in the favorite by many people ranging from urban to rural communities. This is due not only because it tastes pretty good, but also a practical way they are presented in a short time. Food mi can be presented in various forms of cuisines ranging from the sale in the form of roadside hawker to the luxury restaurant.
Broadly speaking, the kinds of noodles can be divided into raw noodles (fresh / raw noodle), wet noodles (wet noodle), dry noodles (dry noodle) and instant noodles (instant noodle). Processing to the first three types (raw noodles, wet, and dry) and can easily be produced in the household because it does not require sophisticated equipment. Mi raw and wet noodles are widely used for mixing or to make a meatball noodle dishes that are sold in restaurants. Both types of these noodles is easily destroyed by high water content and can be saved only about 1-2 days or 3-4 days if stored in the refrigerator. Dried noodles obtained by drying the raw noodles and can be stored longer, but easily broken (destroyed) because it is fragile. Hence dried noodles should be treated with caution, especially in packaging and marketing.
Instant noodles are generally produced large industry because it requires sophisticated equipment to form a rope waves noodles, cooking with steam, frying and drying in a short time. Examples of instant noodles, among others: Indomi, Supermi, Popmi and so on.
Until the end of 2011, the demand for plastics and household products generated by Lasting Makmur Industri Tbk PT (LMPI) jumped sharply. This surge in demand coming from domestic consumers and foreign.
According to one market participant, from domestic demand and household plastic products grew 60%. While from overseas, the consumer accounts for 40% of demand growth by the end of 2011.
“With this soaring demand, LMPI reportedly posted a year-end profit increased approximately 58% compared to year-end 2010 earnings,” said the market participants on Friday (30/3/212).
He said there are indications the market will anticipate this news before the announcement of the financial statements at the beginning of the second quarter of this year, with a target share price LMPI Rp 500 per share.
Yesterday, the stock closed at LMPI green area in the middle market is sluggish at Rp 310 per share, up 60 points (+24%) with the volume of transactions valued at more than USD 5.19 billion.
Women with this horse hair tasseled casual conversation with the media crew. I was young, but he was wearing a white uniform can not hide quality. Embroidered on left chest there is a blue ribbon that read ‘Le Cordon Bleu Paris in 1895’.
Ayu Anjani Rahardjo was aged 22 years. However, it is now believed to be a consultant and supervisor pastry World Gourmet restaurant in Kemang, South Jakarta. And he manages home-based pastry business. Not to mention his experience working as a pastry chef in Australia.
Women who familiarly called Ann’s extended family claimed there was nothing to be chef. Most of the work as a musician, including his brother, Rayi RAN. Then, from where she got her cooking skills? Detikfood met on the show ‘Life is Short, Eat Dessert First’ on Wednesday (09.01.13), Ann tells his journey in the culinary world.
Ann admitted she was stubborn as a child. Although her mother forbade playing with fire, Ann anyway. “Eventually my mother upset, my hands actually touched to fire so I knew it was on fire. Hard I cried. Since that time, I learned my lesson,” he said.
However, it seems that remorse did not last long. Ann because both parents busy working, he inevitably required to cook for his own use. “I do not like hungry, so I cook,” he said.
The fire incident also did not make the trauma. After graduating from high school, Ann migrated to Australia in pursuit of education in the culinary field, a field that is familiar with fire. However, since that time she was just 17 years old, he had to wait a year until I can enroll at Le Cordon Bleu Sydney.
To pass the time, Annpun internship at a local restaurant. Although the internship as he handles cuisine (savory dishes), when enrolling in Le Cordon Bleu he chose the field of pastry. “I think it’s more pastry requires skill rather than cooking. Usual cooking if we just need a feeling,” says Ann.
After nine months of study at the prestigious culinary school, Ann managed to get a diploma in the field of pastry. And he had worked at Firefly Tapas & Wine Bar in Sydney before returning to his homeland.
In Jakarta, Ann manage home-based business called ‘Ann’s Bakehouse and Creamery’. His specialty is homemade ice cream. Annpun brand aspires to enter the retail market.
“We are still stuck with the leading ice cream brand from overseas. So if it can, I want to enter into retail as a local brand of ice cream,” he said. Of home-based business is exactly, Ann received an offer to join as a pastry consultant at Gourmet World.
Ann hallmark of home-made dessert is simple, unadorned exaggeration, but neat. The reason, he is more concerned with taste than appearance. “People prefer the zoom scene. Fact, in the end, which can be edible and it really is just the inside,” said presenter cooking shows on private television.
Ann deplore less famous Indonesian food in the international arena. “Because of our lack of promotion. Why Thailand can advance really? Vietnam alone, such a small country, can advance the food,” he said.
He took the example of Australia, where he studied first. According to him, 80% of food in there dominated Thailand and Vietnam. Bulepun people know rice dish because of the popularity of the two countries.
However, according to Ann, Indonesia also had a pastry that can be proud of. “Lapis legit, because of the way bikinnya difficult, expensive, and is a mainstay of Indonesian cake,” he said
Actually, Ann continued, pastries wrapped in banana leaves is also unique. However, for this one, similar to the cuisine has Malaysia. “Moreover, Malaysia terrific promotion. Lapis legit I think that is bad Malaysia do not have,” he concluded.
Needless to Bali to feel the delicious Thai curry concoction chef Will Meyrick. In the southern Jakarta office, he presents a variety of Southeast Asian dishes. Of course, still with a touch of home cooking is mastered. Let’s dine!
Success with Sarong and Mamasan, two fine dining restaurant in Bali, since a month ago Will Meyrick present indulge tongue Jakarta residents. In E & O (Eastern and Oriental) Dining, fine dining restaurant is a culinary enthusiasts to be the talk is Will serves Thai and Southeast Asian flavors and processed with a unique home style cooking.
The presence of E & O Dining is also the inaugural Will as street food chef with wider coverage, Jakarta. Thai food processing skills are not learned from the top chefs in the country’s white elephant. However, from the housewives and business people eating regular stalls and houses the famous delicacy cuisine.
Will take the essence of the success of home-style cooking has been proven to attract many people in Bali through Sarong and Mamasan. Therefore it offers a number of options in the menu list. Even ranging from cocktail concoction that uses a touch of Asian ingredients that can be enjoyed before dining complete.
There was no classical Thai ornaments, statues and incense, interior styled with modern style classic shades. Thonet chair arches, marble countertops and window width berbukaan and an open-plan space gives a warm and festive atmosphere.
Tastes even eat directly raised by BEETEL Leaf Chicken dish. Petite diced chicken served on a leaf BEETEL, given the onion, peppers and pickled chilies. Finely chopped coriander leaves and lemon duan so fresh accent. Eaten directly with leaves, there are shades of fresh acid at once savory and fragrant.
Likewise Oyster with Nahm Jim, fresh oysters served with typical Thai chili sauce with a sprinkling of coriander leaves and fried red bawnag. Sensation of savory oyster gently spicy and sour interspersed unique fragrant cilantro recorded directly in the mouth.
Nam Prik Num and Crispy Vegetable Tempura, served in portions enough for 4 people. Baby corn, kale, eggplant, carrots wrapped in a crispy flour batter. To eat a bowl of lettuce and there are 3 types of nam prik, a typical Thai chili sauce. Red chili, green chili and sour shrimp is tasty.
Presumably a complementary form of various salad leaves, basil, cucumbers and tomatoes are almost always included in each menu. Complement a healthy menu is unusual in Southeast Asia enjoyed the daily meal.
Roasted Soya Chicken, chicken-sized brown rempahnya immediately smell fragrant aroma. There are traces of five spice seasoning and soya (soy) are fragrant legit. Ah, Will turned back to prove his skills. Her skin was crispy crunchy chicken soft cover savory. More delicious dipped in a spicy sour nuoc cham.
Southeast Asia is known for its diverse variants of curry. Display beef Penang curry is browned in a large pottery bowl was fishing tastes. Sliced beef with brown gravy submerged oil slightly reddish granules. Sprinkled with finely sliced red chilli and lime leaves plus a sprinkling of basil.
While stirring and then poking tekokak halved banana. A sweet surprise for fans of petai. Crunchy spicy savory flavor is more powerful with a mouthful of roti canai. Roti canai made this circular is champion. Tasty, crunchy and light. Dyed-dye in curry sauce is fine dining that are second to none!
O, yes there is a series of tantalizing dessert durian pudding pannacota up duck egg custard and coconut pudding soft sweet Thai specialties. Portion served is to be enjoyed three or four. Including an abundance of fresh vegetables complement.
Will the restaurant which is a collaboration with managers Lowey and the Union from May 1, serves lunch, at 11:00 to 15:00. It can not wait to go back eating roti canai crispy with a spicy curry sauce cocolan savory and delicious!
If you often find is made of shredded chicken and beef, now can be made from the shredded duck meat. It was tasty delicious meal fit friends kemepul warm white rice. As a souvenir was also delicious!
When they travel to the city of Solo, shredded beef definitely be one of the unforgettable souvenirs before returning to Jakarta. Unlike the Solo, Singkawang located in West Kalimantan has a pretty unique souvenir, the shredded duck. Duck is quite easily found in Borneo, and a lot of farmed in rivers.
Snacks made from duck meat is indeed unknown to the outside of Borneo. However, a new cottage industry developed in recent years began to market its products outside the region of the island of Borneo through food fairs held in Jakarta. Starting from these exhibitions, shredded duck began to be known and in demand by masayrakat outside Kalimantan.
When viewed at a glance the shredded duck is like shredded chicken, it’s just that the color is a little darker but not as dark as shredded beef. Duck meat that has been separated from the bones, then mashed and given spices such as garlic, onion, sugar and coconut milk to taste the delicious. Only then dried duck meat fried until browned.
Shredded duck are well known in the area Singkawang is branded Shredded Duck Family. Shredded duck sold in plastic containers with sizes ranging from 100gr. The price also varies mulaid ari Rp Rp 20,000 to Rp 70,000 per pack. If you are visiting the city Singkawang, so make sure these pieces of shredded duck your hand to family and friends.
Beauty butterfly inspired many. Not only butterfly cocoon life worth expensive, fake butterfly business is not less thrill in capturing profits.
In Malang region precisely Tepus Foot, found many craftsmen making miniature ornate butterfly that exploit many garbage ball badminton (shuttlecock).
Murtini point is one of the crafters making artificial butterfly (brooches and accessories), start a business kerajianan butterfly made since 2004. He is quite successfully developed this business to a butterfly homemade products to penetrate the export market.
Creative ideas are not only produces its own inner satisfaction for the creator, but it can also bring in dollars that promise.
At first no one thought that discarded trash shuttlecock futile it can be processed into products that are beautiful and have a high value-added exports competitive even in the international market.
Up to now at least butterfly product has crossed the globe to across the world, from Europe, America, Asia. For example, for the American market butterfly products quite popular in Colombia, Mexico, to Asia quite popular in Thailand, Malaysia. The sale price is quite competitive and fairly priced for the European market as it sells for a homemade butterfly only 1 euro.
“My product has been around the world,” said Lili to detikFinance last weekend.
The export market is beginning produksnya known. When it several overseas counterparts to bring examples of butterfly products. As a result, the market response is quite astounding, all products are sold out.
Starting from where he started confidently to expand into other markets such as the U.S. in Mexico and Colombia. Unmitigated, Lili not only makes selling a butterfly, but the status of Mexican nationality law got was achieved.
Former employees of the interior design, continues to expand its business by making new breakthroughs, such as looking for alternative materials and developing a miniature forms of decoration outside of the butterfly. The result is extraordinary, the buyers are increasingly interested in the product.
“I also developed outside suttlecock, from the leaves too, stocking, patchwork. Besides butterflies, insects and animals all I’ve made, dragonflies, birds, bats and others,” he explained.
Speaking of capital calculations, falls into this very promising business, other than a small capital with promising results, its products are also quite durable. Lili explains, one sack waste of capital suttlecock the price of one sack he only Rp 50,000 can be 3000 pieces of magic butterfly made with a variety of sizes.
Price of the butterfly homemade fruit priced at Rp 750 to Rp 1,000 per fruit. If multiplied by 3000 then at least Rp 2.5 million already in hand to cut costs coloring and other components.
Although for certain sizes and types for special purposes such as wedding souvenirs, she pairs a higher price with a price range of Rp 2,500 to Rp 15,000 for a large size.
“Every month I was able to production of 30,000 to 50,000, I helped my 20 employees. If I buy the excess orders from other traders or artisans,” he said.
Although in the category of cottage industry, which he turnover handful of craft brooches and accessories butterfly is quite large, at least every month at least he could pocket the turnover reached USD 50 million.
“The challenge now is, because in Malang has many, so many crafters are dropping in price,” he complained.
Lili admitted despite the current crisis, not ebbing demand for its products, the total production of almost 35% it exports to international markets, while 65% he threw into the domestic market. Honestly he said the domestic market has not been explored everything especially outside Java.
“The market outside Java is still great potential, this is actually an opportunity,” he said.
Member of House of Representatives Commission VI Adisatrya Suryo Sulisto expect industry ‘Sabutret’ (upholstery materials derived from coconut coir and rubber blend) in Cilacap, Central Java continues to grow.
He also hoped that the industry players ‘Sabutret’ can do innovation and creativity as well as take advantage of advances in technology, especially the technology is simple yet effective, so it can produce added value.
Adisatrya also reminded to use the momentum of a demographic dividend that currently experienced by Indonesia and the era of globalization, especially the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (ASEAN Economic Community) as of January 2014.
“Given the demographic bonus, real micro and small industry players can just ignore the export market, because the domestic market is still wide open. However if there are orders from abroad, the micro and small industry players should be able to adjust the quality and continuity of the set,” said Adisatrya Tribunnews in a statement received on Monday (08/07/2013).
This explains the PDI-P politicians in order to encourage local resource-based industries in the district of Cilacap, particularly coconut trees and rubber trees, then the Minister of Industry has issued the Ministerial Decree No. 126 of 2011, which set a rubberised coconut fiber (sabutret) as Regional Industry Core Competence (Kiid) Cilacap. ‘
As known, the use and demand ‘Sabutret’ by the international community increasingly widespread, as middle-class movement for the ‘back to nature’ (back to nature).
As a follow up from the Permenperin, the Ministry of Industry (Ministry of Industry) held in collaboration with the Center Adisatrya Workshop Local Resource-Based Industry Development to sabutret industry as well as industries that use local raw materials. The workshop was held on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 in the city of Cilacap, and bring Endang Supraptini, Director of Industry Development Facilitation Java-Bali region, the Ministry of Industry as a resource.
According Adisatrya, pascadisahkannya Act No. 17 of 2012 on Cooperatives which replaces Law No. 25 of 1992 on Cooperatives, a national cooperative actors should immediately grasp the substance while adjusting the formal-legal aspects, including institutional governance.
“Although the new law is considered by some as a cooperative offender laws that remove the spirit of cooperation, but it must be remembered that the Act is structured precisely to adjust to the times without losing nationalism,” said Adisatrya.
Furthermore Adisatrya also encourage cooperative actors in the two counties to work together with local governments in preparing human resources, including certification of competence. He also admitted that the law requires that the focus of the cooperative actors and earnest in managing, can no longer be used as a sideline.
“As a consequence of decentralization, Regional Head of formal school setting, for example vocational Cooperative Management that provides scholarships for students. Besides scoring skilled resources, the institution may issue a certification for aspiring managers of cooperatives,” he said.