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ACCEPTABILITY OF A DEVELOPED BINUKAW (Garcinia Binucao)
AS BASED PRODUCT OF WINE, JUICE AND VINEGAR

A Thesis Proposal
Presented to the Faculty of
Graduate Studies and Applied Research
Laguna State Polytechnic University
Siniloan, Laguna

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Master of Arts in Teaching
Major in Technology and Home Economics

RUBY MAGNAYE-ADUCTANTE
S.Y. 2014 - 2015

Chapter I

THE PROBLEMS AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction Kings and world leaders from the date of antiquity to modernity always come together to a ceremonial toast of wine as a symbol of friendship, cooperation and unity for their nations and people to live in peace, harmony and goodwill and thus liberate their kingdoms and states from the vestige of conflicts, enmities and wars. So that at the end of the day upon sipping a glass of wine, they say, “it is a living thing not only to be drunk but to be enjoyed.” As Henderson (2009) puts it, “Jesus Christ, the king of all kings during the last supper used wine to represent His blood and somehow King Edward VII of Great Britain once said, not only does one drink wine but inhales it one looks at it one tastes it one swallows it, and one talks about it.” Recently during the three day state visit by the leader of the most powerful country in the world U.S. President Barak Obama upon a toast of wine with the Philippine president and His cabinet members said, “I will protect your country with the iron clad through and through with this historical signing of Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA)”. In the publication by Fernandez (2010) Philippine festivals are celebrated at any given day of the month. These fiestas have come to be a mixture of both Christian and folk elements symbolizing spiritual sensual, pious and solemn with wine as drinking spree as climax of happiness among Filipinos and their visitors in the first class city and

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