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honey - great gift for any occaision

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by stayalert, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. stayalert

    stayalert SILVER Star

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    Came across this stuff in Middlebury VT. last weekend. There was a bear on the table at breakfast one morning and I squeezed some of this stuff on my finger.

    Amazing! great for camping too as it requires no fridge and has long shelf life.

    try it you'll like it.


    http://www.champlainvalleyhoney.com
     
  2. Liam

    Liam

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    Honey is the only food humans eat that is produced by an insect........Snapple fact #32
     
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    Honey can be used to cover wounds and will keep them from getting infected, and promotes healing.
     
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    honey is the only food that is totally and naturally non-perishable
     
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    Honey is sticky
     
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    buffalo wing sauce=

    1 part honey
    1 part frank's red hot

    you can add some butter and increase decrease either way to make hotter a/o sweeter
     
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    honey and soy makes a good mix for cooking scallops.