In the rural homes,the use of jikos and fire pits is a common practice when cooking due to availability of firewoods and charcoal. Jikos are however not very cheap especially energy conserving jikos. Recycling is one of the most cheapest way to produce anything. After construction,there are always bricks and stones left behind.
Jikos are very essential to human beings. They are used for cooking in the hotels, at home, a school and even in big restaurants. Some of these jikos that we use on a daily basis are very expensive and ineffective. Why do I say that they are ineffective?
In rural homes, the use of jikos and braziers is common practice when cooking due to the availability of firewood and charcoal. Jikos are not very cheap, however, especially energy efficient jikos. Recycling is one of the cheapest ways to produce anything. After construction, there are still bricks and stones left.
Jubilee Party MP Distributes Trolleys To Kiambu Residents Campaigning For 'Bottom-up Approach' Agenda
Kiambu County Woman Representative Hon Gathoni Wamuchomba have left netizens speaking after she distributed hustling materials with an aim of campaigning for the 'bottom up approach' that have become a trademark slogan for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party and the deputy president William Ruto. Gathoni informed her followers and the public at large where she uploaded the photos of her meeting at Githunguri Sub-county on her official Facebook page.
Some of the materials we consider to be wastes and old stuff may turn out to be the most explicit and useful things in our daily lives in other aspects of our lives. Most people have not realized the use of old car rims orher than scrap metal. Old car rims can be used to make jikos that can equivalently save your money.
We are always cooking.We need to prepare meals this is because we can't survive without food.We need to eat in order to live.Preparing your own food is much cheaper than buying the already cooked foods in the hotel.
Dominic Samson Ndingiti is a Kenyan walking race champion who bagged the country's first medal for the boys 10,000m track race yet isn't afraid to dirty his in the Juakali trade. The under-20 competitor hails from Kisii County, where humble beginnings moulded him yearn for success and the family members began appreciating fruits from his past triumphs.
Today there was a sombre mood after a family of five who include three children, their Father and mother Perished inside their house. Eye witnesses revealed that the last time one of the member was seen was today in the afternoon. The witness revealed that it was raining and the Father usually boils and sells maize to earn a living. The Family seems to have lit a jiko and placed it inside the house and locked the door. It seems their house has poor ventilation and they seem to have died as a result of carbon
Ugali is the staple meal to many families in Kenya. It's easy cooking procedure and how it can be taken alongside a number of stews including vegetables, and the fact that it doesn't take much time to prepare makes it common and most preferred meal. Unfortunately, most people think that cooking ugali is a just a matter of boiling water, adding flour and stirring and waiting for it to cook and many end up ignoring these critical steps; 1) After water boils, add maize flour and spread it along the cooking pot
Stories about death as a result of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning are on the increase recently. With the recent case involving the death of five members of a family in Githurai a day after New Year. So, Why is the Jiko an Overlooked Killer? Jikos as they are commonly referred to, burn charcoal to produce heat for cooking purposes. In Kenya, the high inflation recently due to Corona has pushed families to rely on charcoal and firewood for cooking. However, most of them do not know the suicidal nature of using the
In modern day, youths have been bound to making money and fame through their well learned skills and talents. Many youths have chromed the infamous Jua Kali industries to make beautiful sufurias, bowels and Jikos. Mostly use mud and metals to form beautiful utensils like energy saving jikos and chips cookers. However a certain guy has taken internet by storm when he decided to come up with extraordinary art of turning spoons and forks into beautiful sculptures . The guy uses cutleries contrary to what most of