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Visiting a friend this weekend and wondering what to bring as a hostess gift? How about a gorgeous chunk of fresh honeycomb? We would love to receive this edible treat like Lauren recently did!
My good friend stopped by my house this weekend with a delicious present of very fresh honey! Some of the best honey I have ever had!
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It wasn't until I took my first bite that I realized how waxy honeycomb can be. After a lengthy amount of chewing, I wasn't so sure if what remained was meant to be consumed. Afterward, I did a bit of research and found that some people eat the wax, while others choose to spit it out. Have you ever eaten honeycomb? If so, do you eat the wax, or do you spit it out?
Taking time to enjoy some tea and toast is one of my favorite morning rituals. Some days I just put butter on my toast, and other days I want to mix it up with honey or jam. As evidenced by the plethora of options inside my fridge door, I seem to never have enough toppings! The problem is, when we slather on one of our favorite spreads, we're also adding additional calories, fat, and sugar to our breakfast routine.
Dr.Oz calls it "liquid gold," touting its many healing properties. The substance I'm referring to is raw honey — honey in its purest form. Raw honey isn't filtered, strained, or heated above natural hive temperatures (usually 115 degrees Fahrenheit), a process used in conventional honey that can destroy beneficial enzymes, nutrients, and antioxidants.
One of the major benefits of raw honey is that it's nature's own multivitamin. Vitamins such as B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and even antioxidant-rich vitamin C are found in raw honey. It also contains minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur, and phosphate.
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We've reached the light at the end of the Winter tunnel! It's March and that means Spring is just around the corner. With it comes longer days, green vegetables, and fun celebrations like St. Patrick's Day. It's also a time for cleaning out the old and bringing in the new. To help you make the most of the next 31 days, we've rounded up our five favorite things. Here are our must haves!
In need of a last-minute appetizer idea? Amy Reiley has got you covered! Learn how to make her scrumptious hot honey nuts. It's a quick and delicious snack that will get any party started, so watch the video now.
While they look like something you'd keep in your kitchen, much like FarmHouse Fresh Goods' Sweet Cream Body Milk ($26), these goodies are best left in the shower — and not drizzled atop your Elvis-style peanut butter and banana sandwich. Made with organic honey to promote bounce and shine in the hair, these orange-blossom-scented products are also sulfate- and paraben-free. Will you get your buzz on?
Honey lends a grassy, floral flavor to drinks, but it doesn't pour well and can crystallize. Honey syrup offers the same flavors but makes the nectar much easier to use: it pours smoothly, incorporates well, even in ice-cold drinks, and stores for up to a month.
Use the basic recipe to sweeten everything from tea to sorbet to mojitos, or infuse it with different herbs if you're in the mood to go crazy. For the no-recipe recipe, read on.