Simple guide on making pizza :)

Ingredients needed FOR THE DOUGH are as follows:
Rapid rise yeast 2 Teaspoon, add Sugar 1 Tablespoon.
Warm water and add some 4 tablespoons of oil.
Add salt To Taste.
Garlic powder is good for flavour.
Dry Italian herbs. This is optional
Plain flour. You know why 🙂
Tomatoes. Five or more, or as you like it to taste
Red bell pepper. Be careful on this as it is sour.
FOR THE SAUCE
Two or three carrots. Good for the eye.
Use an onion to flavour the oil.
More garlic for super crisp taste 🙂
Chopped basil leaves, add aroma.
Salt To Taste. Please be moderate in the amount.
Paprika/Chilli Powder To Taste
Sugar To Taste. if you have a sweet tooth, this would be good.

 

How to increase food production using economics

Consequences flow from various actions. For example, all else being equal, an increase in the relative price of a commodity is expected to lead to greater production-whether of coffee in Brazil, of maize in Kenya, or of wheat in the United States.

In this sense, For example, all else being equal, an increase in the relative price of a commodity is expected to lead to greater production-whether of coffee in Brazil, of maize in Kenya, or of wheat in the United States. In this sense, so called ‘western style economic has a universality which makes it applicable across cultures. The qualification in the ‘Yes’ answer has to do with differing social settings, differing institutional set-ups and forces to do with a nations relative size, income and stage of development.

While people the world over are found to respond to incentives, such incentives may be perceived differently. The classic example in economics is that of a subsistence farmer not adopting higher yielding varieties of a food crop. Is the farmer acting irrationally or perversely? If the farmer perceives risk in adopting the new variety, he may well stay with the proven variety, variety; he may well stay with the proven variety to be assured of a crop for the family’s food supply, which would be perfectly natural choice.

Thus, while economists have derived universal economic principles, care must be taken in their application. Even with these qualifications, however, a basic understanding of economics will open new vistas of understanding to the student. And, in so far as the developing nations are striving to increase production of goods and services, and the general level of well-being of their people, an understanding of basic economic concepts is essential.