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Have you ever thought about how many honey varieties exist in the world and where do people use them? Here is another know-how post for you to explore the honey universe.
Welcoming bees into your yard is an eco-friendly act that you can do as easily as adding chives on a baked potato. When you create a space where pollinators can visit, you’re helping to continue the work of sustaining a third of the world’s main food sources.
Translated to “strength,” there is a reason chia seeds were a staple in the diets of the ancient Mayans and Aztecs. These tiny seeds pack a punch, with fibre, protein, and omega-3s loaded into the smallest possible container.
A beehive is so well organized that it rivals our own workplaces for efficiency and production, especially since the bees have a way of coordinating and working together that humans sometimes lack.
Although, honey is mostly being used as a natural sweetener and sugar substitute it still can be used in various recipes as a core ingredient. For instance, honey is a great ingredient to include in salad dressings, dessert and cakes, and even serve with meat and vegetables.