On the 5th March 2014, the Biology teacher, Pn Mazni taught her students from 4P, 5C and 5W on how to make their own enzymes. These enzymes are wonderful home-made cleaners which double up as effective natural fertilizers and pesticides. They have the potential to revolutionize our kitchens by converting our kitchen waste into something truly restorative. Enzymes are nothing but a vinegar or alcohol derived from fermenting fresh kitchen waste such as veggie and fruit dregs (peels, cuttings and bits), sugar (brown sugar, jaggery or molasses sugar) and water. Due to the benefits of these enzymes, students were given a hands-on lesson on how to make them during their Biology class.
Wesley Methodist School Kuala Lumpur (International)
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51000 Kuala Lumpur.
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