sheila reavill wrote:For honey, make sure honey hasn't been filtered, because this takes out the pollen that people need when they buy it for allergies. Also, beware of cheap gaudy brands because unscrupulous suppliers will dilute the honey with corn syrup. How do you know if that has happened? If it crystalizes and there is a liquid layer on top, that means that layer is corn syrup because corn syrup doesn't crystalize. I've seen it with my very own eyes.
Check out your local beeman at the farmers market for pure honey.
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