Beanie for their never ending love and care patience, moral and financial support and the searchers inspiration on everything they do. To Ms. Maria Lorena G. Castillo, for suggesting possible studies that we may have and her mother, Mrs.. Estella P. Garage for giving us Dalai seeds. And who willingly help and shared her ideas and expertise in finding a solution to the problem. TO Proof. Rosella Grace Monticello, our adviser in Science Research, for her valuable criticism, intellectual ideas and genuine suggestions to improve the manuscript.
To Mr.. And Mrs..
Catalogue, for letting us have an experiment work in their house. To their classmates and friends, for giving them laughter and for motivating ND inspiring the researchers to give their best in this project. And to the Almighty God, who help them to soar high during the conduct of their study, and for providing them strength and courage to face all the trials and challenges bravely in their study; without Him everything would be nothing.
To those, whom the researchers missed to mention who contributed to the success Of this study ‘Thank You Very Much! ABSTRACT Dalai (Cox lachrymal-job) is a tall grain-bearing tropical plant of the family Peace. The grain is adapted for parching or boiling like rice, while others ground it into flour and baked into bread. Malagasy (Morning Leafier), is a popular plant known for nutritional value as wells a herbal medicine, also known as the Miracle Tree which is a multipurpose plant, as the leaves, pods, fruits, flowers, roots and bark of the tree can be utilized. A poltroon is a type of heavy, soft and very crumbly Spanish shortbread made of flour, sugar, milk, and nuts.
The objectives of this study is to develop a poltroon made with Dalai flour and crushed Malagasy leaves, it is to determine if the poltroon made by Dalai seed and crushed Malagasy leaves is better or compatible as a poltroon and also to compare it to a normally made poltroon. Making this experiment is the same as making a normal poltroon but differ in measurements of Dalai flour and crushed Malagasy leaves. First is to roast the dalai flour and the all-purpose flour and let it cool down for 20 minutes.
Next is to mix all the prepared ingredients and mold it to its desire shape and wrap in cellophane. With the findings obtained, it is concluded that TO, the poltroon with 192 g dalai flour and 22. 19 ml of crushed Malagasy could be positively CEQ Tate the quality of commercial poltroon it terms of color, aroma, texture and flavor. INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Peace, or grass family. The grains are used in soups, porridge, drinks and pastries. In India, they used the grain for brewing a beer called GHz.
A Korean thick drink called Yule Chaw is made from powdered Dalai and it is similar to the drink called Mi SSH;I, a Chinese cuisine, and is made by simmering whole polished Dalai in water and sweetening the resulting thin, cloudy liquid with sugar. The grains are usually strained from the liquid but may also be consumed separately or together (Oceanographers, et. Al. , 2007). It is well known that Dalai has been widely used in prescriptions by Chinese doctors in treatment of tumors.
Starting from 1975 researchers studied the method to extracted the anticancer component from Dalai and found that glycerin in Dalai possessed initiator action. Dalai have not only applicable value in treating cancer but also therapeutic effect in treating diabetes and obesity based on literature (Al, n. D. ). Malagasy is referred to as Drumstick Tree by the Barristers. Others refer to Malagasy as horseradish tree, Bonneville tree, Keller, Margo, Malone, among, nbday, Shania, asana or Ben oil tree. Scientific research confirms that these humble leaves are a powerhouse of nutritional value.
Gram for ram, Malagasy leaves contain: 7 times the vitamin C in oranges, 4 times the Calcium in milk, 4 times the vitamin A in carrots, 2 times the protein in milk and 3 times the Potassium in bananas (Fay, et. Al. , n. D Malagasy (Morning leafier), is a popular plant known for nutritional value as well as an herbal medicine. Malagasy is a plant that grows in the tropical climates such as the Philippines, India and Africa. Malagasy is widely used as vegetable ingredient in cooking, as herbal medicine for a number of illness and other practical uses.
The Malagasy plant can grow to as high as 9 meters with erect white trunks. The compound leaf has about 3 to 9 leaflets. Malagasy has white fragrant flowers that produce long pods with 3-angled winged seeds. Malagasy has been used as herbal medicine in many cultures for hundreds of years, Malagasy is known as a very nutritious plant where it is used to combat malnutrition in third world countries especially for infants and nursing mothers. (Kumar AN & L Pair, 2003). A poltroon is produced mostly in Andalusia, where there are about 70 factories in that are part of a syndicate that produces poltroons and mendicants.
Poltroon is a popular holiday delicacy in all Spain and ex Spanish colonies in Latin America, as well as the Philippines. Traditionally they were prepared from September to January but are now available all year round. The Filipino version of poltroon uses a large amount of powdered milk which is left dry, as well as toasted flour, and butter or margarine instead of lard. A number of local variants on the traditional poltroon recipe have been made. Well-known variants include poltroon with Casey , poltroon with pining and poltroon with Malagasy leaves .
Significance of the study Dalai (Cox lachrymal-job) and Malagasy (Morning leafier) as the main impotent of poltroon would be a great help for the health of the people. It would aim to make mothers feed their children with poltroon which has Dalai and Malagasy not just any plain poltroon but much nutritious. It will help every individual in improving their physical and mental well-being. People that have enduring illness are those that can benefit from this study because Dalai and Malagasy have a lot of nutrients that can help in preventing certain diseases.
The benefits of Dalai will be known by other people and children will be able to eat nutritious food without knowing. Scopes and limitations of the study The extent of the study includes the overall data gathered, in determining the level of acceptability in terms of aroma, flavor, texture, and general acceptability with the reference to all-purpose flour. Last of all, limited persons were allowed to evaluate the product. Objectives of the Study The main purpose of this study is to develop Poltroon with the use of Dalai and Malagasy.
Specifically, this study will answer the following questions: 1 . ) Determine the acceptability of poltroon with the use of Dalai Flour and Malagasy among the people in terms of: a. ) texture b. ) flavor c. ) aroma d. )color Hypothesis of the Study TTL, TO, TO, TO has no significant difference to each other. TTL, TO, TO, TO has significant difference compared to each other. Definition of Terms Poltroon- is a popular holiday delicacy in all Spain and ex-Spanish colonies in Latin America, as well as the Philippines.
Color – eyes perception of wavelengths of light with different colors corresponding to the different wavelengths. Texture -? the feel and appearance of a surface, especially how rough or smooth it is. Aroma- a smell, especially a pleasant one. Flavor- an identifiable or distinctive quality of food or drink perceived with he combined senses of taste and smell. Flour – a powder made by grinding the edible parts Of cereal grains. Nutritious- containing minerals, vitamins, and other substances that promote health. Benefits- something that has good effect or promotes well-being.
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Dalai (Cox lachrymal-job ) Several research teams in China have studied the effects of Dalai on cancers of the colon, pancreas, lung, liver, breast and also leukemia, with capable results. One study, published in the Journal of Ethnologically in September 2008, found extracts of Dalai significantly inhibited fatty acid Haynes activity in the liver. This is important because human cancer cells contained high levels of fatty-acid syntheses, a substance linked to aggressive tumor cell growth.
Dalai contained chemicals that might interfere with cancer cell growth. Other chemicals might also have antioxidant effects and might also decrease growth of bacteria and parasites. But most research on Dalai is in animals and test tubes. There isn’t enough information to know if Dalai worked the same way in people (Singleton, 2011 Dalai (Cox lachrymal job L. ) as maize and its relationship to maize elicited of flowering branches may appear from the considerable amount of speculation and basal part of the mother inflorescence (Watt, 1904).
Dalai finds a place in the upper portion with 8-10 male spittle’s is farming system of mountainous tracts of staminate (Raw and Normal, 1994). They also Madhya Pradesh, Bengal from Derailing noted male sterility as a monogenic recessive through Bhutan to the mountains of upper and trait. Stamens are three, free and the hills make it a suitable place to cultivate arranged in one whorl. In mature flower of Dalai. The Cox aquatic is known as stigma is comparatively long and way, regenerator of Dalai (Cox lachrymal job ) and is found measuring up to 1. Me, dark purple with hairs in peninsular and eastern India and Burma in throughout the entire length. The plant is the wild state. Unconscious and presence of long Wavy, brush trait variability like stigma make it a cross pollinated species (Atwater et. Al. , 2002). The Dalai seed has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine for treatment of various ailments, particularly cancer. The Jagging Province of China, where this seed is routinely used as a food source, reportedly has a relatively low cancer rate that cannot be explained by other risk factors.
For ear, a standardized pharmaceutical- grade emulsion of Dalai seed oil is approved by the Chinese Ministry of Public Health. In 2005, this Dalai extracted emulsion was approved for treatment of lung cancer in Russia, and with a recent completion of a phase clinical trial, this preparation is evaluated for cancer therapy in the United States. This Dalai extract preparation is the most widely used cancer treatment in the most populous country in the world. Malagasy is very abundant in the Philippines, and in other hot tropical areas.
It is a remarkable discovery, which can made tremendous difference in our health and quality life. It is also best known as an excellent source of nutrition and a natural energy booster. Loaded with nutrients, vitamins and amino acids which can replenished the body and provide what we need to get through hectic weekdays reactive weekends. Malagasy dried leaf contains over ten times more nutrients from a fresh one and three times potassium of bananas and a quadruple amount of beta carotene found In carrots, which is good for eyesight and effective against treating cancer.
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