How they produce the cheap bird nests?

Posted on 05. Jul, 2007 by in General

Bird nests

Many does not know the original bird nests are filthy and they are all stinky. People simply won’t buy or eat. Now I am going to tell you what these people did to make the bird nests ‘eatable’ and have market value.

Bird nests
The workers are cleaning the fur, grass and mud from the bird nests.

Bird nests
After cleaning, they cut the nests into smaller pieces for the next cleaning process.

Bird nests
Then they soak the nests with water. Junk will float on top.

Bird nests
Then the bird nests are soaking in bleach for hours, till they are all turn white.

Bird nests
We can see the the bleach become dirty.

Bird nests

Bird nests
After bleaching, the nests must wash again with the boiled hot water, till it wash away the smell of bleach.

Bird nests
Next, they gotto pick away the parts that cant be bleached.

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests
Now, the workers started to make the bird nests into cake.

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests
After making them into shapes, it’s time to dry them up.

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests

Bird nests
After drying them for more than 24hours, they successfully making those filthy and stinky bird nests into something we can eat and buy.

Bird nests

In Malaysia and Indonesia, the production of bird nests are at least 800 – 2000KG per year.

There are not much eatable bird nests, all are dirty, filthy and dark in color, no one would buy. In order not to waste it, people figure out ways to make it an attractive product, which is bleaching the bird nests.

Bird nests

Some producers using H2O2 to remove away the smell of the low quality bird nests. This H2O2 is a strong chemical which will leads to cancer, it was strictly prohibited to be added in food production.

By adding such dangerous chemical into the bird nests, it has detroy the orginal nutrition.

Therefore, stop being naive, stop buying cheap bird nests.

2 Responses to “How they produce the cheap bird nests?”

  1. Alex 19 August 2009 at 12:09 pm #

    OMG!!!
    Did anyone try it???
    How much it???

  2. halo 14 November 2009 at 1:10 am #

    How many birds were left without their nests!!!
    What kind of people are they!are you starving to death without it?Why ruin somebody`s home?


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