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How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
How to choose pure edible birdnest
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How to choose pure edible birdnest

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  • 1. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Birds' nests which are just taken down are very dirty and smelly. Nobody will think of consuming them at all if they see the condition. Now let me show you how the birds' nests are processed so that they are edible.
    www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 2. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • The workers are getting rid of the fine feathers, grass and dirt.
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  • 3. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • After getting rid of the feathers and grass, the birds' nests are cut into smaller pieces for further cleaning.
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  • 4. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Then they are soaked in water for other smaller particles to float to the top.
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  • 5. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Then they are soaked in a kind of bleaching agent for them to turn white.
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  • 6. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • The bleaching agent becomes cloudy after reacting.
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  • 7. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • After bleaching, hot boiling water is used to get rid of the smell of bleaching agent.
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  • 8. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • The parts of the birds' nests which cannot be bleached will be taken out.
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  • 9. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Now it's the time to mould them into shapes
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  • 10. Traditional Bird’s Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 11. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • After moulding them into shapes, they are dried.
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  • 12. Traditional Bird’s Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 13. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • After drying them for one day and one night, the birds' nests are ready.
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  • 14. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Malaysia and Indonesia produce at least 800-2000kg of Cao Yan and Mao Yan. In these birds' nests, only a small amount is edible (the saliva of the bird), but they are very dirty and almost black in colour.
    • No one would want to consume it. So should we just waste it like that? No, there is of course a way of turning them into attractive products, which is bleaching. Some suppliers use H2O2 to get rid of the smell of second class birds nest.
    • H2O2 is a rather poisonous chemical, and it might cause cancer. Only some food contain small amount of SO2 and SO3 (not more than 0.00000002%) In Japan the amount of SO2 and SO3 in all sorts of food must not exceed 0.00000001.
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  • 15. Traditional Bird’s Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 16. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • Before this, the nutritional value in Cao Yan and Mao Yan is already very low. After processing using chemicals, the nutrient in the birds' nests is totally destroyed.
    • The birds' nests which are bleached have lost its original shape. So, businessmen turn these birds' nests into different kinds of shape. The most common shapes are leaf-shaped, strips and round shape. There are also those who dye the birds nest into yellow/ red colour, and cheat the unknown consumers by selling these birds' nests to them as Xue Yan/Jin Si Yan.
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  • 17. Traditional Bird’s Nest
    • The nutritional value of these birds' nest is gone and totally worthless after processing them with lots of chemicals.
    “ I wouldn’t tell you to throw away those bird’s nest. That’s your decision!” www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 18. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • Now, let’s have a look at YongKang’s way of cleaning the bird nest
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  • 19. YongKang’s Bird Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 20. YongKang’s Bird Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 21. YongKang’s Bird Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 22. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • Every Bird Nest has it's story..
    • We take bird nest's cleaning seriously. Each Bird Nest are cleaned by Hand. This is how you can get top quality pure bird nest!
    www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 23. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #1 - Harvesting
    • Bird Nest were harvested from YongKang’s Bird Farm. In Bird Farm, safety comes first. We make sure our highly skilled workers working in a safe environment.
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  • 24. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #2 - Sorting
    • Premium grade and quality raw bird's nest were chosen from controlled environment to eliminate heavy metals contamination
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  • 25. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #3 Impurities separation
    • Skilled and well trained workers were employed to separate the feathers and dirt.
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  • 26. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #4 - Processing
    • By using high grade reverse osmosis water to ensure the cleanliness and to preserve the natural shape of the nest.
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  • 27. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #5 - Drying
    • Processed bird's nest were dried in oven using "Freeze Drying" Method until the right moisture content achieved.
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  • 28. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #6 - Quality Control
    • Stringent quality control are carried out to ensure the each and every piece of YongKang's bird nest achieved the specification set
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  • 29. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #7 - Categorization and Grading
    • Cleaned bird's nest were categorized according to its grade
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  • 30. Lowest Water Moisture Before Soaking          vs         After Soaking YongKang's BIrd Nest become 6-7 times bigger than original! www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 31. CEPP Certification www.YongKangBirdNest.com
  • 32. YongKang’s Bird Nest
    • #8 - Packaging
    • Graded bird's nest were packed into a good-looking metal boxes
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  • 33. Buy Only Top Quality Pure Bird Nest www.YongKangBirdNest.com

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