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  1. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    Howdy all, i paid over $10 for a quart of honey at the local FoodCity, yep that's a lot but it's outa season and made in Tennessee at a place called Del Rio Tn. Could not pass on a quart of this is some clear awesome looking nectar. What is the price of what we can call USA. honey in your area...
  2. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    There's another thread on here about making birch sap syrup, by SonnyJim, and it's useful to know, because it's another way to make sweetener if TSHTF, but I just read about another, too. Larch (also called Tamarak): "The sap and gum contain galatan, a natural sugar with a flavor like slightly...
  3. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    Honey laundering: The sour side of nature's golden sweetener As crime sagas go, a scheme rigged by a sophisticated cartel of global traders has all the right blockbuster elements: clandestine movements of illegal substances through a network of co-operatives in Asia, a German conglomerate...
  4. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    We just had a warehouse store go under, so I was able to get about 128+ oz of raw and unfiltered honey on a glass sealed jar and was wondering if folks had any idea on how long this would keep for LTS.
  5. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    Has anybody stored honey? I have read some about it, and archiologists have found honey that the ancient Egyptians stored 2,000 years ago that is still edible today. I was also wondering if any of you with small orchards or gardens have put bee broods in to house bees and generate you own...
  6. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    Hello, Nearly 10 years ago, I bought a 5 gallon sealed pail of natural wildflower honey. As I was looking at it yesterday, it struck me that I don't really know if it is "food grade" or not. And, if not, does that mean that the honey should be discarded? It has a manufacturer's label that...
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