What is Biscocho?

Jodans Bakeshop flagship product is “Biskotso de Marbe”, according to Wikipedia, Biscocho, also spelled biskotso (from Spanish: bizcocho), refers to various types of Filipino twice-baked breads, usually coated with butter and sugar, or garlic in some cases. Biscocho is most strongly associated with the versions from the province of Iloilo, although it actually exists nationwide in various forms. A twice-baked pastry, usually from stale bread, that is coated with butter …

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Culture of Baking and importance to Mankind

The culture of baking inspired the owner of Jodan’s Bakeshop after successfully known that bread is referred to as the “staff of life” in the Bible. Because of these, Jodan’s Bakeshop traditionally using an oven to bake your favorite “Biskotso de Marbel”, Baking is a form of cooking where you cook flour-based food under prolonged heating. An …

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Why Filipinos love Pandesal?

HISTORY OF PANDESAL Pandesal was introduced to the Philippines in the sixteenth century during the colonization Spanish colonization, and it is even said that it would have earlier Portuguese origins. In the sixteenth century, it was also called “the bread of the poor” because it was an alternative to rice during the Philippines revolution. Pandesal is also known as “bread of salt”, is …

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