July 17/18: I bought three cases of jars, lids, and labels today. Apparently I didn't even get half of what we need to get started! 🤔
me: Yay! Half ton, here we come! 😁🤓😁🤓 TW: That’s a good problem right? me: Exactly!!! 😁 MD: would it be fair to say your honey is "raw"? me: LOL, it's so raw, it's still in the hives! We have some ready to harvest now, and we want to draw out the comb so we can give it back ASAP. The extractor is fixed and ready to go. We need more jars and a new filter. Hoping to get started this weekend but it looks like rain. MD: i wondered about the raw,since I used to get it at Goodnesss Me and it seems to me if I remember correctly it was more expensive? me: We won't pasteurize honey, there's already too much of that available in stores. It's fine if you're cooking or baking with it because heating it so much will kill anything beneficial in it, anyway. For optimum health benefits, raw honey is best and from as close to where you live as possible. If honey is too sweet, pollen is better!