Raw Liquid Michigan Buckwheat Honey 6 Lbs Total
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Raw Liquid Michigan Buckwheat Honey 6 Lbs Total:
Hi there!! Welcome to our little shop. Looking for something that is sweet and natural and so deliciously different (not to mention really dark and boasting a large robust flavor)??? Try Pure Country Honey!! Our 2012 BuckwheatHoney is a totally 100% pure natural nutritious product. No Pasteurizing - No Additives - No Corn Syrup - No Filtering - No Foreign Honey Added.Buckwheat honey adds a stronger flavor, to breads and baking and home brewing - some describe it as a molasses/malty flavor - rather than themilder more delicate flavor of a lighter colored honey.
This sale is for2 jars that will eachweigh 3 lbsfor a total of 6 lbs shipped directly to you! Please contact me with any question about shipping or quantities.
I get orders packed and shipped in 2 business days. And delivery time for a USPS Priority FRB is supposed to be 2 to 3 days, but some boxes have taken up to 9 days after I shipped it to show up on the customer door step. Please give an extra day or two for its arrival. Then contact me.
Honey is very likely the world's most ancient sweetener and has been in use throughout the world across the millennia. Honey's popularity and versatility is evident from the variety of uses it has enjoyed throughout history. From ancient times, honey has
not only been used as a sweetener but as a natural beauty agent and has been employed by some cultures for its medicinal attributes. Everyone knows that honey is produced by honey bees; however, few understand the incredible intricacies of this
process. In the United States alone, there are more than 300 varieties of honey. The color, flavor and even fragrance of a particular honey differ depending on the type of flower visited by the honey bees. Honey color ranges from nearly colorless to dark
brown, and flavor from delectably mild to distinctively bold. LIGH EY FLAVOR CHARACTERISTICS SUGGESTED USES
NEY VARIETIESOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE AVILBILITY OF THESE AND OTHER HONEYS, LOG ONTO WWW.HONEYLOCATOR.COM.
HONEY'S NUTRITIONAL PROFILE
Honey is composed primarily of carbohydrates and water, and also includes small amounts of a wide array of vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins such as niacin, riboflavin, and pantothenic acid, along with minerals such as calcium, copper, iron,
magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.Research indicates that honey includes numerous compounds with antioxidant potential.
HONEY AND "GOOD BACTERIA"
The gastrointestinal tract (GI) is full of bacteria. These bacteria are essential for life and good health. One group of bacteria that have been shown to be particularly important to the
health and proper function of the GI tract are called Bifidobacteria. One way to increase the Bifidobacteria populations in the gut is by consuming foods containing prebiotics, substances
that increase the growth and activity of good bacteria. Prebiotics help these "friendly bacteria" grow and "be happy." Honey contains a variety of substances that can function as
prebiotics. Research conducted at Michigan State University has shown that adding honey to dairy products such as yogurt can enhance the growth, activity, and viability of
1 cup frozen strawberries
1/3 cup honey
1 cup skim or nonfat milk
1/2 cup plain or vanilla low-fat yogurt
In a blender, combine all ingredients; process until smooth. Makes 2 large servings
Nutrition Information per Serving: Calories: 332; Protein: 9 g; Carbohydrates: 76 g; Fat: 2 g; Saturated Fat: 1 g; Calcium: 281 mg; Potassium: 747 mg; Sodium: 110 mg
It is well-known that carbohydrate consumption prior to, during and after exercise improves performance and speeds the recovery of muscles. Honey is a natural source of readily available carbohydrates, providing 17 grams of
carbohydrates per tablespoon and may serve as an inexpensive alternative to commercial sports gels. Preliminary data from the University of Memphis Exercise and Sports Nutrition Laboratory suggest that honey is as
effective as glucose for carbohydrate replacement during endurance exercise.
1/2 cup honey
1/2 teaspoon lite salt
2 cups orange juice
5 1/2 cups water
Combine ingredients. Using lukewarm water will aid in dissolving honey. Then cool. Makes 8 servings Nutrition Information per Serving (8 oz.): Calories: 75 Carbohydrates: 21 g Potassium: 85 mg Sodium: 77 mg Sugar: 19 g
NO-BAKE HONEY ENERGY BARS
2/3 cup honey
3/4 cup creamy or chunky peanut butter
4 cups granola mix
In 4-cup microwave-safe container, microwave honey at HIGH (100%) 2 to 3 minutes or until honey boils. Stir in peanut butter; mix until thoroughly blended. Place granola in large bowl. Pour honey mixture over granola and combine thoroughly. Press firmly
into 13x9x2-inch baking pan lined with wax paper. Let stand until firm. Cut into bars. Makes 36 bars Nutrition Information per Bar: Calories 87; Carbohydrates 14 g; Fat 3.2 g; Protein 2.2 g; Sodium