Honey: Nature's Sugar Substitute
Honeycomb is full of nutrients
Honeycomb has the highest concentration of nutrients. You can find it at your local farmers' market or natural food store.
Sweet-’n’-Salty Honey Cheese Spread
Sweet-’n’-Salty Honey Cheese Spread is ready in 10 minutes, perfect for last-minute company. A generous drizzle of the sticky sweetener is the finishing touch.
Zesty Honey-Lemon Dressing
Recipe: Zesty Honey-Lemon Dressing
Serve this light dressing over fresh garden greens or drizzle over steamed green beans, asparagus, or broccoli.
Beekeeper’s Jezebel Sauce
Recipe: Beekeeper's Jezebel Sauce
Like wine, there are many varieties of honey. The color, flavor, and texture all depend on the type of flower nectar the bees use to make the honey. Tupelo is a Southern favorite, produced only in Northwest Florida, while clover, alfalfa, heather, and acacia are among the more common flavors. But bees will visit almost any nearby blooming plants, including herbs. Also like wine, when it comes to color, the deeper the hue, the deeper the flavor. Colors range from clear to amber to almost black. Taste some from your area. You’ll reap the health rewards while supporting the ecosystem.