RAW HONEY v.s "REGULAR" HONEY
So, I went to the marked today, and started looking at different HONEYS, and came across an amzing one I've never tried.
What's raw honey? Why isn't all honey raw? It's probably not too difficult to remember well what "raw" means when you associate it with uncooked vegetables and meat whereby any form of heating is avoided so as to ensure all the natural vitamins and living enzymes and other nutritional elements are preserved.
Raw honey is the most original sweet liquid that honeybees produce from the concentrated nectar of flowers. Collected straight from the extractor; it is totally unheated, unpasteurized, unprocessed honey.
A lot of honey found in the supermarket is not raw honey but "commercial" regular honey, some of which has been pasteurized (heated at 70 degrees Celsius or more, followed by rapid cooling) for easy filtering and bottling so that it looks cleaner and smoother, more appealing on the shelf, and easier to handle and package.
I've had BOTH before, but I've never tried this WHITE, RAW HONEY before........ ...and let me tell you -- It is DELISCIOUS!
Known as the "world's best tasting honey" (one taste and you'll know why), this
delicate, natural red clover honey is hand-packed, unheated and untreated. The
white appearance is directly attributed to the unadulterated white nectar
gathered from fields of sweet red clover in Northern Canada. The rich, creamy
taste has sweet floral tones yet is exquisitely mild, which means it is
delicious in any tea without altering its taste. This delightful honey
solidifies soon after extraction due to its extremely low moisture content, but
this does not have an effect on the taste.
Definitively worth a try next time you pick up some HONEY!
BEST I've ever had! YUM-O! Lena ~ www.womenover40.expert
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