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I harvested some honey from a cutout yesterday. This was brand new white honeycomb.

The majority of the stuff was capped but there was some on the opposing sides that was not. Can we still eat this? We would use it right away. I didn't want to give any away incase it spoils. Is spoiling my only concern?

Also, I believe this to be clover honey as that is blooming everywhere right now. It is a very light color and has the slightest "bite" to it afterwards. I really like it :wink:

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It's not a frame from a hive. It is from a closet wall and you know how comb packed with honey on a hot day and not in a frame is to handle :shock:
 

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"It's not a frame from a hive. It is from a closet wall and you know how comb packed with honey on a hot day and not in a frame is to handle"

well shooey eddy, that's twice now i missed something you said! was that your closet wall :lol:
in any case, i'm with perry and iddee and would be 'slathering' it on anything i can grill!
 

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No, it was a friend of my brothers. I wanted to give them the honey but wasn't sure about it going bad so I'll give them some of mine if these dang bees ever decide to cap the last 2" along the bottom!
 
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