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Discussion in 'Bee Medicinals' started by Omie, Mar 5, 2012.
I put mine under a microscope and it is quite interesting and also scary...... LOL, even found a leg in there , but was so small must have been a mite leg
Don't yet have a camera adapter for my scope, so cannot share yet
PLEASE DON"T. Some things I eat, I would just as soon not know about. :grin:
Now for Iddee to say that, it must really be scary! :shock: :lol:
Now, you see, Omie. If you would buy your veggies in the store, how much cleaner they would be??
Your post reminded me of my first harvest in 2010. After extraction I used a rather inapropriate size of wire mesh to strain my honey. Lots of wax and pollen and other goodies ended up in my pails. Loaded my truck and went to meet my friends for some work we had to do that day. They wanted to taste honey, so they did it straight from the pail.:lol:
All 3 of them went WOW, and to this day all 3 of them are my steady customers. They were so excited they tasted REAL honey for the first time in their lives.
For the squeemish, just let the honey sit for a few days. Stuff that doesn't belong there should rise to the top and can be scraped off with a wide spatula. Scrapings can go into a special jar to be re-fed to the bees at the end of one season or the beginning of the next. The honey that exits the gate should be sparkling clear (and still tasty).
Frog legs salad? :shock:
No Perry. They fry the legs as usual.
But, have you ever wondered what they do with the head?....yelp...Frog Head Salad. Mmmm, mmmm, good!
Frogs head cheese?:grin: ... Anything like hogshead cheese?