Tests Show Most Store Honey Isn’t Honey
Ultra-filtering Removes Pollen, Hides Honey Origins
It turns out that Josh was right and it is worth paying more for real honey–you know, the stuff with the odd bee-stuff on top?
Added bonus: now I get to make fun of people who won’t purchase toys made in China but will buy “honey” of “unknown” origin.
Some have been reviving the “single women vs. mothers” conflicts. I try not to smile. Clearly all women fit into those categories, and those of us who appear not to are really just pre-mothers?
Candles are the best.
I am slowly re-convincing myself that blogging is easy, and I can do it without thinking. Hopefully I will be able to do the same with email again.
- What They Don’t Tell You