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November 11, 2020

Beautiful Fruiting of Black Peppers

By Ianpassion

Aside from the health benefits that peppercorns can give to our body, it is also a beautiful ornamental vine in our garden. So I planted more of this in my backyard. 

January 24, 2020

I Was Cutting Wild Bananas For Our Ducks, Geese, And Chickens

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November 16, 2019

Giving Up Our Livestock Farming

By Ianpassion

Ducks, native chickens, and geese farming is not easy. More than twenty of them are now gone because of disease and attacked by wild cats, cobras, pythons, dogs, and ants

However, in spite of what our farm had gone through, we still believed for the best is yet to come; knowing that everything works together for good and still the Father's wonderful plans prevail. 

May 21, 2019

Our Ducks, Geese, And Native Chickens Farming At Satun, Thailand

By Ianpassion

"Once in your life, you may need a lawyer, a doctor, and a policeman. But in a day, at least three times a day you need a farmer." Said by my father when I was 16. 

Coming from a background of farmers, with lots of animals to care of, and how hard it was to be working under rainy and sunny weather; there was this thinking that time that farming is not my future path. 

March 09, 2019

Here Is the Solution For Free Gas At Home: Biogas Plant

By Ianpassion
Photo Credit: Biogas Technology

One of the most common problems now in the world is not having enough energy at home especially at rural communities. Perhaps deforestation and global warming are some of the reasons for the decrease in fuel availability to the extent that one of the most basic needs cooking at home is affected.

Fortunately, villagers can collect waste from cows, buffalos, chickens, ducks, vegetable craps or anything that can rot and process them in a biogas plant. The waste collected processed in an oxygen-free biogas plant can produce two important products: methane gas for cooking to replace expensive and unhealthy fuel and organic fertilizer to replace the synthetic and commercial fertilizers.

August 16, 2018

My Passion Fruit Garden, Satun, Thailand

By Ianpassion

Passion fruit is a vine flower plant. It is actually my first time planting this fruit here in Satun, so seeing this bearing lots of flowers and fruits made me feel relaxed after all the demand of life. 

Thanks to my wife who helped me bagging its seedlings. Now, this plant is not only providing fresh vitamin c to us especially to our kids but also giving good shade during the very hot weather in Thailand.

September 14, 2017

Jampada: A Thai Jackfruit in Satun

By Ianpassion 

Do you know what kind of fruit is this? 

I was invited by a friend. I smelled something unusual at his house. The smell was like a mixed pineapple, banana, and guava. Very unique smell. 

I found that smell was from a spiky fruit sliced on a table right in front of me. It looks like a little jackfruit on the table but it was not. 

September 12, 2017

Black Peppers Satun called Prek Thai

By Ianpassion 

Black Peppers are common backyard spice plants of the Southern Thais, especially in Satun.  Like chili, lemongrass, lime, and parsley; peppercorns are used for savoring delicious Thai curry dishes.

Eating raw peppercorns like what Thais in Satun do is best to appetite your taste. It is spicy but not as chili. I already got used to this for savoring my adobo (a Filipino traditional dish).

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