So I took a couple of frames and did the crush/strain method in my kitchen. I have a 5 gallon bucket with a gate but figure since I took a few frames I would just scrape the comb/honey off into a cake pan, use a potato masher to crush/strain and then pour into the sieve(that came with the 5 gallon bucket over a bowl...lots of honey sticking to various surfaces but had fun and the house smelled so wonderful(hubby had hoped I had baked him a pie The honey is very light in color which I attribute to the nearby alfalfa/clover fields, abundance of wildflowers... has a light, floral almost tangy taste at the end of it(dtr pointed this out..she really noticed a difference between the darker honey shown in the pics and ours. It does have bubbles in it? Do these go away after a week or so? Just wondering. Also what do you do with the wax left over..do you let the bees clean it up first?...we have a small bowl full and my 12 yr old dtr would love to do something with it..I have read about solar wax melters and double broilers...can you melt it in the oven? Here are few pics...look how light this honey is...I put a comparison of another professional beek who lives several miles west of us and up a thousand feet or so..isn't that interesting how dark hers turns out?