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  Honey Locator - The National Honey Board
When bees visit mostly one kind of flower as they gather nectar, the honey they produce has a unique taste, aroma and color from that particular flower.
The Honey Locator is a website you can use to find suppliers of these many varieties of honey.
You can also search for honey from a particular location (such as your home state), and for other goods and services offered by honey producers, packers and importers.
www.honeylocator.com   (168 words)

 Honey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Honey is a sweet and viscous fluid produced by honeybees and other insects from the nectar of flowers.
Honey is the main ingredient in the alcoholic beverage mead, which is also known as honey wine, and metheglin.
Honey is used in traditional folk medicine and apitherapy, and is an excellent natural preservative.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Honey   (4529 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Similar to honey, and usually bottled and sold like honey is honeydew, which is made by the bees from the sweet secretions of aphids, scale, or other plant sap sucking insects.
The main uses of honey are in cooking, baking, spreading on bread or toast, and adding to various beverages such as tea.
Honey was found in one of the Egyptian pyramids, estimated at several thousand years old, and it was still good.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/h/ho/honey.html   (491 words)

 HighBeam Encyclopedia - honey
The formation of honey is accomplished by the evaporation of the excess water in air circulated by the moving wings of workers.
Honey is marketed either in the comb or with the comb removed by straining, by centrifugal force, or by gravity.
Honey: turning really special: speciality honeys have really helped sector growth while upmarket lines are flourishing and functional and organic lines are gaining pace.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/h1/honey.asp   (517 words)

 Honey (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
Canaan was a "land flowing with milk and honey" (Ex.
Milk and honey were among the chief dainties in the earlier ages, as they are now among the Bedawin; and butter and honey are also mentioned among articles of food (Isa.
Honey and milk also are put for sweet discourse (Song of Songs 4:11).
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/honey.html   (179 words)

 BBC - Food - Recipes - Honey
Specialist honey literally has a taste of a place, whether it is from the mixed flora of an area, such as Greek mountainside honey, or predominantly a single plant, such as rosemary honey or acacia honey.
Because bees gather the honey from only within a few miles of their hives, beekeepers are able to influence where and upon what the bees feed and the final style and flavour of the honey.
Honey is delicious in marinades for meats such as pork chops, chicken or duck, but you need to be careful once it goes in the oven because honey burns relatively quickly.
www.bbc.co.uk /food/recipes/mostof_honey.shtml   (906 words)

 Cookbook:Honey - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Honey is a sweet and viscous liquid produced by bees from the nectar of flowers.
The flavor and color of the honey is largely determined by the type of flowers from which the nectar is gathered.
Replace one cup of sugar for half a cup of honey, and because honey is hygroscopic (meaning it attracts water), reduce the amount of liquid in the recipe by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey added.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Cookbook:Honey   (659 words)

 Why honey is not vegan
The sugar that is fed in the fall is turned into honey by the bees, so even if a beekeeper tells you their bees survive on honey over the winter, much of that honey may have simply come from Ziplock bags full of sugar water.
Honey is more than sugars; it contains very small (by human standards) amounts of fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals that bees' bodies might like to use over the winter.
Honey is the main source of income for beekeepers (Hoff, 4).
www.vegetus.org /honey/honey.htm   (3565 words)

 Honey (Mariah Carey song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Honey" was Carey's twelfth number-one single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and became her third single to debut at number one, consolidating her position as the artist with the most number-one debuts (the others being "Fantasy" and "One Sweet Day", both 1995).
After its sales had begun to decline, radio airplay was not strong enough to keep "Honey" popular, and it began a new trend for Carey's singles that would not end until the release of "We Belong Together" (2005): the CD single would sell well, but the song would only achieve average success on the radio.
Several remixes were commissioned for "Honey", most notably the "Bad Boy remix" and the "Classic mix", the latter of which appears on Carey's remix compilation The Remixes (2003).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Honey_(Mariah_Carey_song)   (1133 words)

Honey is primarily composed of fructose, glucose and water.
Eucalyptus honey varies greatly in color and flavor, but in general, it tends to be a bold-flavored honey with a slightly medicinal aftertaste.
The honey is dark amber in color, however, its flavor is not as strong as one would expect from a dark honey.
www.tricountyfarm.org /oregon_honey.asp   (1121 words)

 Honey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Twenty-two-year-old Honey moved to the inner city, held down two jobs (one at a record store, the other tending bar) and taught dancing lessons at a community center with a single goal in mind: to catch the eye of a hip-hop video producer and make a name for herself in show business as a dancer.
Honey is wary of Ellis when he first introduces himself as a video producer, since everyone knows guys “become” producers when they're angling for sexual intimacy with an ambitious woman.
Gina warns Honey that Ellis still might be longing to “dip his fingers into the Honey jar.” Her warning proves true when the producer gets drunk at a party and tries to force a kiss on Honey (he is quickly rebuffed).
www.pluggedinonline.com /movies/movies/a0001586.cfm   (976 words)

 The World's Healthiest Foods: Honey
Primarily honey has been used as an energy source, but recent research has examined the use of honey as an ergogenic aid (a food or ingredient that helps an athlete's performance) and wound healing agent, both of which were once considered merely age-old anecdotes.
Because honey is composed mainly of glucose and fructose, two sugars that strongly attract water, honey absorbs water in the wound, drying it out so that the growth of bacteria and fungi is inhibited (these microorganisms thrive in a moist environment).
Honey that is kept at colder temperatures tends to thicken, while honey that is kept at higher temperatures has a tendency to darken and have an altered flavor.
www.whfoods.com /genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=96   (2363 words)

 Comb Honey Encyclopedia Articles @ AlienArtifacts.com (Alien Artifacts)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Comb honey is produced by honeybees in a hive.
Before the invention of honey extractor almost all honey produced was in the form of comb honey.
Comb honey production is more suitable for areas with a prolonged honeyflow from dutch clover, alsike, and yellow clover.
www.alienartifacts.com /encyclopedia/Comb_honey   (315 words)

 Beekeeping - Honey - Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Most of this honey is sold to other regions of Canada, the United States and numerous overseas markets.
Honey is produced by about 550 Manitoba beekeepers of which 140 would be of a commercial size with 100 or more colonies or hives.
One colony of 40,000 to 50,000 bees produces, on average, 70 kilograms (155 pounds) of honey in a six-week period between the end of June and the middle of August.
www.gov.mb.ca /agriculture/crops/honey   (252 words)

Due to the invasion of the “Africanized Honey Bee” in the United States, it is time for more involvement concerning the most important creature in our world.
The northern migration through South and Central America of the Africanized Honey Bee is set at a rate 100 to 300 miles a year.
The honey bee is directly or indirectly responsible for eighty percent of the world's food supply.
members.tripod.com /~Bee_Mann   (383 words)

 Honey, The SMR Home Theatre Cat
Honey is a female sorrel somali who was born on the 26th April 1997.
Honey's mother is Brizlincoat Starr Turn, a fawn somali, her father CH Emanan Squirrel Nutkin, a usual somali.
Honey's cyberspace 'godmother' is Linda B. Jones, a recognised abyssinian and somali breeder in the United States.
smr-home-theatre.org /Honey   (278 words)

Once gathered it is carried back to the hive in the bee's honey sac, a non digestive crop, and then passed on to the house bees to be conditioned and stored.
When sealed in the wax comb the honey is a clear liquid and its storage is a model of hygienic food preservation.
All honey will eventually set or granulate and this process can be reversed by gently warming the honey to remelt it.
www.honeyshop.co.uk /honey.html   (622 words)

 Value-added products from beekeeping. Chapter 2.
Honey is said to facilitate better physical performance and resistance to fatigue, particularly for repeated effort; it also promotes higher mental efficiency.
Honey is said to improve food assimilation and to be useful for chronic and infective intestinal problems such as constipation, duodenal ulcers and liver disturbances.
Frequently, specific benefits of unifloral honeys are reported, based on the traditional assumption that honey made from the nectar of a medicinal plant has the same or similar beneficial activity as the one recognized for the whole plant or some parts of it.
www.fao.org /docrep/w0076e/w0076e04.htm   (6717 words)

 Wired News: Honey Remedy Could Save Limbs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Most tantalizingly, honey seems capable of combating the growing scourge of drug-resistant wound infections, including group A streptococcus -- the infamous flesh-eating bug -- and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA, which in its most severe forms also destroys flesh.
Though the practice is uncommon in the United States, honey is successfully used elsewhere on wounds and burns that are unresponsive to other treatments.
Leptospermum honeys are renowned for their efficacy and dominate the commercial market, though scientists aren't totally sure why they work.
www.wired.com /news/technology/medtech/0,71925-0.html   (985 words)

 NPR : A Honey of a Home
In July, when it's humid and sunny and the nectar is flowing, bees happily fly in and out and around the entrance of the hive, humming softly and ignoring us because they have more important things to do.
The honey goes into fl tea with lemon for sore throats and into mint tea with cream for sore tummies.
When the cake is cool and the glaze is room temperature, the honey glaze turns your cake into a shiny, irresistible confection.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=4855921   (1297 words)

 Beekeepers Home Pages: Honey Page
Comb honey is honey which is still in the original wax combs made by the bees.
This honey is less adaptable to cooking or mixing in tea, but is relished by connoisseurs who prefer its natural flavours.
Honey may vary from white and clear (usually alfalfa honey from drier, alkali soils) to very dark (buckwheat from acidic soils).
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/Beekeeping/honey.htm   (680 words)

 All about honey - Thyme honey, forest honey, flowers honey
Honey is a fluid saccharine substance with a special flavor.
The country's honey is world famous giving Greece one of the top positions in world level concerning the production, export and use of this healthy and natural product.
Honey is a source of high energy and as such is perfect for an afternoon energy-boost mixed in our coffee or tea instead of
greekproducts.com /greekproducts/honey   (439 words)

 Honey - Rotten Tomatoes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Honey Daniels (JESSICA ALBA, of television's Dark Angel) has been waiting all her life to show the world her dance moves and now, everything she ever wanted is just a step away.
Honey is one of those movies you will see (or not, whatever), swear you've seen before in several other guises and incarnations, then immediately forget you ever saw to begin with.
Honey is the movie for those who couldn't handle the complexities of Flashdance.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/honey   (966 words)

 The National Honey Board: Home
September is National Honey Month, and this year the National Honey Board (NHB) urges consumers to appreciate honey as nature’s sweetener and try the wide varieties of honey available.
Honey is “manufactured” in nature’s most efficient factory — the beehive.
You can enjoy honey as nature presents it — as comb honey, or as extracted liquid honey or crystallized whipped honey.Whatever the form, it is pure natural honey.
www.honey.com   (533 words)

 BBC NEWS | Health | Harnessing honey's healing power
Even up to the second world war, honey was being used for its antibacterial properties in treating wounds.
Working in his Honey Research Unit at the University of Waikato, in the central North Island, biochemist Professor Peter Molan has identified one particular type of honey with extraordinary healing qualities.
He said: "In all honeys, there is - to different levels - hydrogen peroxide produced from an enzyme that bees add to the nectar.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/health/3787867.stm   (961 words)

 The Food Timeline--history notes: curry to hush puppies
Honey could cleanse and purify as well as promote fertility and act as an aphrodesiac...Cultures around the world used honey for a variety of purposes--as a purifier, love charm, curative, preservative, and offering to the dead.
The use of honey as an offering to the dead probably arose form the ancient belief that honey warded off demons, and extension of its evident curative powers...As honey was thought to sustain the dead in the afterlife, it was used as a preservative for food storage and in preparing the dead bodies for burial."
Honey was also a common ingredient of medieval medicines, for it was often the only substance available to make some of the more nauseating ingredients palatable.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodfaq1.html   (13754 words)

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