I realized another nice little thing about harvesting my honey using the low tech crush & strain method. I strain my crushed mashed honey/comb mixture through one sieve of fine mesh netting that came with my bucket-spigot 'kit' from the bee supply place. The honey looks clear as it comes out the honey gate but I know it must have all kinds of minute natural bits left in it from my combs, including microscopic bits of pollen, wax, bee parts, propolis, etc. When I put my own honey in my evening mug of hot tea, I can see hundreds of very very tiny liquid droplets of melted comb wax floating on top. Took me a while to figure out what it was. Almost invisible, but they are there for sure. I like that! I don't see it in industrially produced honey.