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Friday, November 24, 2006
How to make Taho


The taho is a typical Filipino delicacy wherein the usual "manong"(male vendor) carries two bucket-like container with a bamboo stick to balance it at his shouders. Every morning you would always hear a man shouting from the streets "Tahooo!" to call out for his customers. Most filipinos is fond of eating this kind of stuff and most likely serves as a cereal for their daily breakfast routine. Here's how to make one:

MATERIALS
½ kg soybeans
4 liters water
1½ - 2 pcs gulaman
¼ tsp vanilla

Syrup

1 kg brown sugar
1 ½ liter water

UTENSILS
2 pcs colander
1 pc osterizer
2 pcs casserole
1 unit stove
2 pcs basin
2 yards cheesecloth


PROCEDURE
1. Soak beans overnight.
2. Grind finely while adding boiling water.
3. Put soybean in a cheesecloth and squeeze out milk.
4. Boil soymilk for 5 to 10 minutes.
5. Stir and add gulaman.
6. Allow to boil for 10 minutes.
7. Pass the mixture through a cheesecloth then put in a molder.
8. Cool and serve with syrup and sago.


Source: ITDI DOST; TahoOnline


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Blogger Pinoy Rich Jerk said this on Friday, November 23, 2007 10:21:00 AM  

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Nice post. How to make Taho is fine. I will prepare and taste it, then I can tell you about tast. I think it will be great.
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Anonymous morocco property said this on Thursday, March 06, 2008 5:12:00 PM  

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Anonymous Anonymous said this on Thursday, April 16, 2009 1:38:00 AM  

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Taho is delicious and yummy! This could also be a great business, in fact it's been in the Philippines long before the Spanish colonization brought by Chinese.
Anonymous ArJay | Pinoy Bisnis said this on Friday, October 16, 2009 10:17:00 PM  

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How much would be the capital/budget for starting a taho factory? I would like to start with a small business.
Blogger melvinizel said this on Sunday, November 22, 2009 4:40:00 PM  

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How much is the capital/budget for a small business taho production? Thank you for future info.
Blogger melvinizel said this on Sunday, November 22, 2009 4:44:00 PM  

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Wow ang saya naman! Gustong gusto ko ang taho sa umaga, gaya ng sabi mo kasi filled with nutrients talaga at salamat sa tips on how it's done. Sabi ng mama ko trabahoso daw masyado ang ganitong negosyo kaya sa ngayon ay naghohomebased work nalang muna ako para makaipon at nang makapagtayo ng web start up, mas maganda parin kasi kapag ka you are your own boss.
Blogger Jonha Ducayag Revesencio said this on Friday, September 17, 2010 7:58:00 AM  

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Taho, or soy yogurt, remains a favorite snack among Filipinos. With the ever growing demand for healthy food, sportsbook it would be a great idea to capitalize on this strong consumer preference by making taho and other soybean-derived food products. Aside from yogurt, soya or the fruit of the soybean plant can also be made into soymilk and tofu. You will need only about P1,500 to buy the ingredients for all three products, bet nfl and another P5,000 for some kitchen equipment and tools you don't really have. After you add the packaging cost (clear pack boxes for tofu, clear plastic cups and spoons for taho, and sterilized bottles with rubberized caps for soymilk), and an overhead profit margin of about 10% (to cover your gas and electricity expenses), the approximate profit margins can be up to 50% for tofu, 80% for soymilk, and 100% for taho.
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Blogger pedro velasquez said this on Thursday, September 30, 2010 5:47:00 AM  

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“Taho” isking tours a favorite Filipino delicacy and was a street food sold by traveling vendors. I think the Philippines is the only country that makes this because I can’t find an english term for the word “taho”. Some called it soy yogurt as I read in some magazines but soy yogurt is really a yogurt. I mean the taste is similar to yogurt which is sour and creamy in consistency and use soy milk instead of cow’s milk . Taho on the other hand is similar to Japanese silken tofu but much softer and breaks easily.
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Blogger karina said this on Saturday, November 27, 2010 8:37:00 AM  

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Anonymous surety bonds said this on Friday, June 24, 2011 9:27:00 PM  

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Taho is one of my favorite Filipino delicacy. Most Filipinos prefer eating Taho during the morning.
Anonymous double glazing said this on Sunday, June 26, 2011 4:51:00 PM  

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Now that's the one reason I love being a Filipino. This is a very delicious delicacy, not only that it compose of very nutritious elements. A great way to start a day.
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Blogger Josh Wilkins said this on Saturday, April 21, 2012 10:44:00 PM  

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Fantastic article! You have made some very astute statements and I appreciate the effort you have put into your writing. Its clear that you know what you are writing about. I am excited to read more of your sites content.
Anonymous 401k recordkeepers said this on Saturday, April 21, 2012 10:46:00 PM  

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Wow nice article, now I know how easy to make that delicacy, can't wait to try.
Anonymous pinoyadmin said this on Saturday, December 01, 2012 3:52:00 PM  

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