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    LITERATURE Ampalaya One such weapon is the wrinkly green vegetable with a distinctive bitter taste called ampalaya.  Known in the science world as Momordica charantia, it is called bitter gourd or bitter melon. In terms of nutritional contents, the fruits and leaves of the ampalaya are reportedly...
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    gourd is commonly known to Filipinos as ampalaya. It has been a well-known cuisine for both Asian and Caribbean countries varying from one cooking style to another. Ampalaya as it cultivates, ripens to be even rougher and bitter. Scientifically proven, ampalaya is said to decline high blood glucose levels...
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    INTRODUCTION Ampalaya, also known as bitter melon, is a crawling vine that grows well in tropical countries, particularly in the Philippines. The term ampalaya refers to both the plant and its fruit, which is elongated, green and has a rough and rumpled skin. Known for its bitter taste, the ampalaya is at once...
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    definition of terms. Introduction Bitter melon or ampalaya is said to be the most bitter of all vegetables of cooking in Asian countries. Different countries formulate their own dishes and improve its cultivation for a higher demand in the market. Ampalaya is also used in the field of medicine and it contributes...
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    AMPALAYA SEEDS AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR COMMERCIAL COFFEE Author: Alleoh Clark Prondo Abstract This study was conducted to determine the feasibility of the ampalaya seeds as a brewed coffee. The researchers used powdered Ampalaya seeds in this study. Momordica Charantia...
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  • Ampalaya Seeds as Coffee
    of the study is to make coffee from ampalaya seeds. It also answers the following problems: 1. What are the characteristics of the different ampalaya coffee samples in terms of: a. Color b. Aroma c. Taste 2. What is the acceptability of the different ampalaya coffee samples prepared? Is there a...
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  • Coffee from Ampalaya
    Name: Christine May L. Linao Date: June 14, 2013 Course and Year: BSMA-4 Schedule: MWF 8:00-9:00 PM A Propose Study of Coffee from Ampalaya Seeds Rationale: Drinking coffee before breakfast and during mid-afternoon snacks is one of our traits as a Filipino. It is a habit that our elderly passes...
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    beverages in the world. Ampalaya (Momordica charantia Linn.), well-known as Bitter Melon, is a crawling vine that grows well in tropical countries, particularly in the Philippines. Known for its bitter taste, Ampalaya has a bitter taste due to the presence of momordicin. The Ampalaya is at once a main ingredient...
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    product using Ampalaya. Summary of Findings Since ampalaya has medicinal value, there has been much research done on its effectiveness as an herbal medicine for various ailments. Because of this, ampalaya has been considered as a great challenge for Filipinos to convert ampalaya into something...
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  • Nutritive Bread from Ampalaya (Momordica Charantia Linn)
    Nutritive Bread from Ampalaya (Momordica charantia Linn) By: Justine Mae A Membrido Ciara H Intoy Patricia Mae P Batulinao Makati Science High School February 2013 Table of Contents Abstract--------------...
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    akong pera ngunit ang pasensya ko konting-konti nalang.you are not worthy to be my wife.I need an explanation,I nedd an acceptable reason...thanks Ampalaya (Momordica Charantia Linn) Pastillas Ratings: (2)|Views: 19,396|Likes: 81 Published by danielpaulpascual08 For High school students, this is our...
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  • Utilization of Ampalaya
    everyday ailments. Incredibly, bitter melon might also be a powerful weapon against more serious problems like cancer. (http://www.charantia.com/about-ampalaya/). Some people avoid eating bitter melon because of its taste even though they are aware of the nutrients and the benefits they can get in eating...
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  • Bitter Melon as as Coffee
    one of the most-consumed beverages in the world. Ampalaya (Momordica charantia Linn.), also known as Bitter Melon, is a crawling vine that grows well in tropical countries, particularly in the Philippines. Known for its bitter taste, the Ampalaya is at once a staple ingredient in Filipino and Asian...
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    Quitevis Earnst Gutierrez Queennie Racasa Giovita Brozo Carlos Lemetares Submitted To: Sir Ariel sustituedo INVESTOGATORY PROJECT #1: \Ampalaya Seeds as Coffee | Coffee is a much known beverage to the majority of the people. It is known for its stimulating effect on the functions of the...
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    I. Introduction Ampalaya is general known as Bitter Melon. Scientific name called Momordica charantia, amplaya plant climbs uses the vine and it can grow about 20 centimeters this plant came from the family of Cucurbitaceae, which is a tropical plant. The heart shaped of ampalya which diameter’s...
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    Kimaya jasaan Mis,Oriental Kimaya Elementary School TITLE PAGE ‘’AMPALAYA AS AN ADDITIVE TO CAKE’’ A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirement In Advance Research Queency A, Lucero ABSTRACT Nowadays, many kinds of food have been sold all over the stores in...
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  • Coffee from Ampalaya Seeds
    August 12, 2013_ Ampalaya Seeds as Nutritious and Medicinal Coffee Output No. ___ _____________________________________________________________________________________.....Ampalaya seeds can be seen in different places, and can be seen in different types. All ampalaya have a distinctive size...
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    CHAPTER1. INTRODUCTION Rationale The researchers decided to use ampalaya seeds instead of throwing it and decided to use the seeds as coffee to know if it could be a good alternative to the commercial one. Coffee is a much known beverage to the majority of the people. It is known for its stimulating...
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    “The Feasibility of Ampalaya (Momordica Charantia Linn.) Seeds as Brewed Coffee” Abstract: This study was conducted to determine the feasibility of the ampalaya seeds as a brewed coffee. The researchers used powdered Ampalaya seeds in this study. Momordica Charantia or ampalaya seeds contain iron...
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  • How to Use Ampalaya as Tablet
    How To Use Ampalaya As Tablet Introduction This Research Paper can give you some idea about the diabetes and ampalaya tablets and also can give you an idea to how ampalaya helps to cure diabetes. We all known that ampalaya vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals it is one of our main...
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