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Charcoal briquettes are solid fuels that contain carbon, have a high calorific value, and can burn for a long time. Briquettes are made by pressing and drying a mixture of ingredients into hard blocks.
Coconut sugar is sugar made from coconut sap. To
make coconut sugar, the coconut sap is filtered first,
then brought to a boil. Coconut sugar cannot be
substituted for any other sugar in a recipe, as it has a
unique aroma, minerals, and taste.
Coconut shell charcoal is charcoal made from coconut shell. Utilization of coconut shell charcoal is quite strategic as a business sector. This is because people rarely use coconut shells. Besides being used directly, coconut shells can be used as the basic material for charcoal briquettes.
Burnt husk is waste obtained from the results of used rice milling and then used as a planting medium. Although it comes from the same material, the use of roasted husks as a mixture of planting media is believed to be better than raw husks. The benefits of roasted husks can bind nutrients in the soil to improve the acidity level in the soil.