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I count as a blessing that we have plenty of locally produced honey available in our area. Jim If your honey does crystallize, just let the jar sit in a sink of hot water for a few minutes and it will liquefy again.
I am quite curious as to what it actually said. M I agree with all those who comment to purchase honey from your local beekeeper. Nothing but local honey will do. You build up immunity. Honey is also great for soothing sore throats, or coughs. Want good honey, buy from your local beekeepeer.
Usually the beekeepers are the most fun to talk to and I love their product. Troublesom contaminates — yes, remove them! Jen Hm…so I guess that means I could eat most of it. I am highly allergic to bee pollen so I have always except once stayed away from honey for that reason but now I know a better one!
Cheers for the well researched article. National Honey Board For factual information on honey filtration visit http: Dan Rather reported on the link between systemic pesticides and colony colapse. You can view the video here: Once again revealing that our government agencies let products go to market without credible, scientific-backed reports.
Andrew Schneider Looking for unfiltered honey? FSN wishes it could provide that information. However, it would border in the impossible to test the estimated 1, different honeys that are sold in retail stores.
We did the best we could by documenting which of the major brands we found in which the pollen was removed. Here is what I have been telling those who have been calling and emailing me today: The analysis for this story showed that in almost all cases, honey from local beekeepers, farmers markets and some natural food stores were loaded with the expected amount and variety of pollen.
Also, the lab testing found that more than 70 percent of honey labeled as organic, contained pollen. Good luck and buy local. Connie Never put honey in the microwave or the refrigerator. It is best stored in a nice warm place.
I am a small berry farm operation using organic growing methods with several colonies of honey bees. They are indeed one of the most amazing insects and the only insect that makes food.
We owe much to the tiny honey bee. Raw honey has numerous health benefits. I use honey on a bee sting and it never swells or gets irritated. Here are some honey and bee facts for you. In other words — if you have pollen allergies,or are allergic to bee stings, eat only honey that has been pasturized. Honey has pollen should not harm you… unless you snort it.
Rick I expect those who take aim at the FDA are most likely off the mark. The reaction should not be to condemn the FDA but to ask Congress to give it more money to do the jobs it should be doing, especially when it comes to testing foods at the border. But when agencies are overworked and underfunded they will fall short of their mission in many areas.
Best thing you can do is start keeping a hive or two yourself. Next best thing is to find a local beekeeper in your area and by direct. Some questions worth asking your beekeeper: Do you ever have to restrict when the bees fly? For example if you know neighbouring farms are spraying? Is there a particular treatment you use for mites? Do you keep all your bees on a single property? Do you bring your bees to other farms for pollination services? See my link above for the rationale behind these questions.
Michael Thanks for a well researched and written article.
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Once people found out that I raise bees, they wanted some of my honey. Now I cannot possibly keep up with the demand. It tastes so much better than processed honey, and there is a great deal of variety from one location to the next, and from one season to the next.
It is just a wonderful experience and experiment for all of us. I do have one suggestion regarding a strategy to determine the source of the honey that lacks pollen.
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This goes back to my days as a scientist working in the environmental industry cleaning up hazardous waste sites. We would occasionally use this strategy VERY effectively to determine the source of a contaminant, and therefore who was responsible for that contaminant.
Stick with me here as I get all geeky on you. All molecules such as sugar, pesticides, proteins, enzymes etc consist of atoms.
Many of these atoms have several different isotopes that just means that different atoms of the same element, say, carbon or mercury, have different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei. Now, the key is to determine the RATIO of various isotopes of several different elements occurring in a sample.
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Using this, you can very often determine the original source of the atoms making up the sample. This is a very abbreviated explanation, but it will have to do here in the space available.
We used this strategy to determine the original source of petroleum contaminants in groundwater. Or it could be used to determine the original source sometimes even the specific mine of lead contaminants, PCB contaminants, or even the source of the lead in a bullet that was used in a crime. My point is that good hard science, when applied properly, could most likely trace the source of honey that has no pollen.
It is most likely possible to find the source of the honey if someone really wants to. I live in an area dominated by agriculture and from I have learned about the tons of pesticides used on crops locally, I am not sure I want honey from hives that have been placed in local fields. Now I have to wonder. It is really GOOD.
You can order it from their website and get it tested. Minstrel LizBiz, Your reliance on the truesourcehoney website ought to be with a grain of salt. Eric Wenger, listed as the chairman of the board of truesourcehoney, is also listed in this article as director of quality services for Golden Heritage Foods, which DOES filter out pollen although he professes that it is to extend the shelf life of the honey.
It is unnecessary; I remember reading years ago about honey found in the pyramids in Egypt that was still viable — how is that for shelf life? Lisa K Michael, the examination of isotopes within honey might work, however it might be prohibitively expensive on such a large scale.
I would think they would use your method, which as you say has been used for ages in other areas of enquiry, if it had been deemed cost-effective. Where can one find information about honey standards in other countries, particularly European countries? Informative and interesting follow up discussion, too. One thing I am not getting though is why put antibiotics in honey? It has to be costlier than not putting them in.
John Le Fevre This is incredible. How hard can it be to have a standard that says honey contains nothing else but honey? Not having such a clearly defined standard benefits who? Clearly someone with more pull than a few senators and the growers.
It cannot do the job of making us safer. Know the farmer, know your food. WoodsMan One company, Harris Teeter, whom I worked for in a management capacity know full well the honey it sells comes from Chinese suppliers but their main interest is their bottom line. There is no attempt to cover it up that this may contain honey, but it is mostly corn syrup and water.
Bryan Paschke General comments: Want the best honey which will help reduce allergies in your area? Just remember that most beekeepers are busy people and it may take a while before they can arrange a suitable time.
The feeder comes off, a bit of a wait occurs a couple days , the super for collecting my rewards goes on. In some other countries, they will use the sugar feeders and the antibiotics then process the entire hive at the end of the season, not just supers specifically set aside for human consumption. The pollen acts as nucleation sites for the formation of crystals. Want to remove the crystals in your honey?
Warm it gently in a water bath or the microwave. If it gets pasteurized, it essentially turns to HFC syrup! I mean, they swoop down with SWAT teams and drawn weapons for these bad guys! Who am I talking about? No…raw milk farmers and distributors.
Including many, many farms with decades long records of not a single complaint of illness.