How to make charcoal briquettes at home

What do Kenyans use to cook? According to a 2020 study, LPG, paraffin, firewood and charcoal are the primary cooking fuels in Kenya. 65% of households (majority in rural areas) prefer using firewood followed buy 19% who prefer using the LPG cooking gas. Kerosene fuel is the least used by only 6% of households. Primary…

Which is the best cooking stove in Kenya?

Are you searching for clean cooking stoves in Kenya? In this post, we will give you a list of the cheapest energy-saver charcoal stoves (jikos) and ethanol stoves (koko cookers) that are best for you. The analysis compares those cooking solutions based on their safety, cost and efficiency. The 5 best clean cooking stoves in…

Which are the best French beans varieties in Kenya?

In this post, we will give you a list of the best French beans varieties to grow in Kenya French beans farming in Kenya is one of the most profitable cash crops in Kenya. It’s a popular horticulture crop grown for the export market. Its grown for its unripe fruits locally also known as Muciiri,…

13 ways to save money on cooking gas in Kenya

Are you looking for a way to reduce your utility bill on cooking gas? In this post we give you 13 tips to use gas in your kitchen efficiently. The methods will reduce its usage, hence making it last longer and therefore save you money in refilling.

How to grow quality kienyeji vegetables in Kenya

Are you looking how to grow quality Kienyeji vegetables in Kenya? In this post we will give you the best tips on how to plant and care for the most consumed African leafy vegetables in the country. African leafy vegetables have a high demand in Kenya’s domestic and export markets. You can grow them as…