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Posted 19 February 2013 - 08:00 AM

Hand-made aprones and similars for use in kitcken or dinner table by rural Armenian women
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Posted 20 February 2013 - 06:54 AM

In this link there are everykind of handcrafted items made in Armenia, Vardenis-sewing is only one of them.
http://www.pinterest...homelandcrafts/
Here only V-sewing items:
http://www.pinterest...ardenis-sewing/

Soon Verdenis-sewing, as they have become popular, will have also their own separate website.

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 10:24 AM

Website is up: Looks great!

http://www.vardenissewing.com/

http://www.vardeniss...m/products.html

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 10:59 AM

If you would like to order any products from Vardenis sewing,
please email Tim at: timothy.straight@gmail.com.
We are hoping to have online ordering available sometime in the future.

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Posted 20 November 2013 - 03:19 PM

Cheese invented that heals dysbiosis
Healing cheese presented by Armenian young scientists
by Lusine Movsisyan
November 12 2013

Whole article: http://en.168.am/2013/11/12/656.html

Ամբողջական հոդվածը կարող եք կարդալ այս հասցեով՝ http://en.168.am/2013/11/12/656.html
© 168 Ժամ առցանց լրատվական կայք

Three Armenian young scientists worked together for a year and invented cheese that heals dysbiosis. This problem is widespread in the world and 82% of people in the world want treatment. The young scientists proved their tests positive one year ago, however, it took them a year to arrange proper documentation for organizing production of this cheese in Armenia. We were informed by Anahit Manasyan, founding director of TECTVM non-for-profit organization, that the group of scientists had gone through a long process to get their invention approved by proper documentation. Inventors of the healing cheese are Anahit Manasyan, Nairi Grigoryan and Gohar Grigoryan. “We have done a lot of tests to prove the healing capability of the probiotic cheese, but most of our time was spent on acquiring the documentation. The cheese is there, everything is ready, but still we have to go through paperwork with different institutions to organize the production,” said A. Manasyan.

Nairir Grigoryan, a scientist of bacteria-related disciplines who has helped the group on their invention, says this new type of cheese cures dysbiosis and increases the resistance of the body. “Goat cheese is healthy food, and existence of probiotic bacteria in it doubles its healing capability,” said N. Grigoryan. She says that the human body has bacterial microflora, and the balance of bacteria is affected by stress and low immunity. The type of cheese restores the balance of bacteria. After eating this cheese for two weeks one can feel the difference. This cheese can be used by people who don’t have dysbiosis problem. At a recent StartUp Cup competition the TECTVM group was the winner due to its business model for goat cheese production. The group was awarded 1,200,000 drams for the invention. The group realized the project with the help of their friends and this money. They organized the presentation of their new product at Crumbs bakery store in Glendale Hills district in Yerevan.

The group of young scientists have come to an agreement with a large Armenian cheese production company. They will be able to start mass production after finalizing the documentation. The cheese will be available in the market next year. The young scientists say the cheese will be affordable for customers.


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Posted 23 November 2013 - 12:08 PM

Aaahhh!

Did we finally get the message across that this is HyeForum, not hryaforum. That it is not a cult about your Auntie Christie? Or did we?

Dbod our mods and ads pull you by the ear and advise you to cease and desist with that garbage of ant-christ, and arkakeddon?

I must not yet jubilate, lest you go back to that heap of trash of “fire and brimstone’.

To repeat. This is HyeForum, i.e Armenian Forum. We don’t give a rat’s arse to subjects about Sodom and Gomorra.

I must appreciate that of late you have been airing posts about Armenian issues, and or about issues of the region of the ME. Btw. Armenia is virtually a Middle Eastern Country, both by culture, and more so by the “culture‘ of Corruption.. Ask me about the corruption and the culture of bribery, (rhymes with barbary/piracy ) in the ME.

In America bribery is felony, a federal offense severely punishable by law..**

When God was naming the animals, the donkey came back repeatedly asking what its name was. And every time God would pull it by the ear and say “your name is esh,. Get it, it is ESH”. That is why the donkey has such long ears.

http://www.joeabraham.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/donkey-ears.jpg

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** Please allow me to air this again.

http://hyeforum.com/index.php?showtopic=33850&page=1&#entry280826

 



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Posted 23 November 2013 - 12:56 PM

I forgot to add that we Armenians

:goof: VEE ARMENS HAF NO INTERESS in matters of arkakeddon.

Let them progeny of avram and moshe worry about it, when Cyrus, King of Persia pours fire and brimstone over telaviv.

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 12:25 AM

Armenia To export honey to EU also

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As the hungry people in Europe have finished their bee population by eating those insects and consequently their honey industry has died away, Armenia will be coming to their help by exporting honey to EU according the the National Beekeepers Association of Armenia.

A news article released on October 2013 said "Armenia has been included in the list of countries that are eligible to export honey to European Union countries. The Armenian Agriculture Ministry State Service on Food Safety informed the aforesaid citing the EU official monthly. The EU Directorate-General for Health and Consumers (DG SANCO) has approved Armenia’s 'Plan on the Quantity of Residue in Honey and Beekeeping Products,' which is a prerequisite for honey exports.
http://news.am/eng/news/175152.html

In the first nine months of this year Armenia exported 6,2 tons of honey mainly to China, Russia and USA. Armenia, where her people are not so crazy to eat their bee population as lunch (there are 200.00 bee families in Armenia which are protected by law from being eaten as lunch), has the capacity to export 500 tons of honey per year to Europe if Artskah also pitch in exporting with Armenia, said a communication by NBAA on November 22, 2013.

From 1000 tones to 6000 tones of honey are produced in average by the Armenians per year, 1000 tons if the bees go to vacation to Georgian and Turkish shores and 6000 tons if the bee families decide to not go to vacation outside of Armenia.

In 2012 16,8 tons were exported in total, while in 2011 18,1 tones in total. Honey has no expiration date and its stays delicious for long period of time in storage or on shelves.
http://www.armenianh...ing_in_armenia/


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Posted 03 December 2013 - 01:51 PM

Doesn't sound hyra to me.  

 

The cheese sounds interesting. Never heard of Dysbiosis, had to google it. 

 

The girls have goats, I've been able to make Armenian string cheese, not perfect, but getting better.



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Posted 26 January 2014 - 09:11 PM

Aaahhh!

Did we finally get the message across that this is HyeForum, not hryaforum. That it is not a cult about your Auntie Christie? Or did we?

Dbod our mods and ads pull you by the ear and advise you to cease and desist with that garbage of ant-christ, and arkakeddon?

I must not yet jubilate, lest you go back to that heap of trash of “fire and brimstone’.

To repeat. This is HyeForum, i.e Armenian Forum. We don’t give a rat’s arse to subjects about Sodom and Gomorra.

I must appreciate that of late you have been airing posts about Armenian issues, and or about issues of the region of the ME. Btw. Armenia is virtually a Middle Eastern Country, both by culture, and more so by the “culture‘ of Corruption.. Ask me about the corruption and the culture of bribery, (rhymes with barbary/piracy ) in the ME.

In America bribery is felony, a federal offense severely punishable by law..**

When God was naming the animals, the donkey came back repeatedly asking what its name was. And every time God would pull it by the ear and say “your name is esh,. Get it, it is ESH”. That is why the donkey has such long ears.

http://www.joeabraham.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/donkey-ears.jpg

donkey-ears.jpg

** Please allow me to air this again.

http://hyeforum.com/index.php?showtopic=33850&page=1&#entry280826

 

 

 

 

I have no idea what this is in reponse to, but bribery in America is only an offense if the amount is too small to satisfy the given official's relatively greater appetite.  Here in the Land of Plenty Of Debt, bribery takes many creative forms.  In the Land of the Fee and UberTaxes, bribery has to be large and hefty.  It has to be enough for the official to weigh the risk of getting caught with the ability to deny wrongdoing and bribe another layer of law enforcement officials.

 

We've had this discussion at length in that old quaint listserver we met on.






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