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Raw Honey

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For a limited time I will be selling raw honey.

There is a catch…………….you have to be able to come pick it up in Utah.

The honey comes in 1 gallon buckets which is 12 pounds of honey. It is raw and unfiltered, delicious, good, good, good honey. It has a shelf life of AT LEAST 20 years.

There will be 2 drop off dates in September. One at the beginning of September and one towards the end.

You have to pay in advance, and the MONEY IS DUE:

SEPTEMBER 3, 2009   AND

SEPTEMBER 17, 2009

THE PRICE IS $25.00 PER BUCKET AND THERE IS A LIMITED SUPPLY.

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This same honey has been sold for as much as $40.00 per bucket.

If you would like an order form please contact me at:

tiffanystable@comcast.net

The following is an excerpt from my book “AT TIFFANY’S TABLE”

RAW HONEY VS SUGAR

 

            Sugar is 99.99% modified sucrose, has no vitamins, minerals, protein or any other nutrients. In 1821 the average person consumed 10 pounds of sugar per year. Today the average is 170 pounds per person per year. Yikes!

 Sugar has been linked to heart disease, liver malfunction, skin disorders, kidney failure, cancer, dental caries, obesity, alcoholism, drug addiction, depression, allergies, learning disabilities, (should I keep going?) behavioral problems, lack of concentration, violent tendencies, diabetes, and it encourages the over-growth of candida albicans–a fungus in the digestive tract.

 

            Raw honey is honey that has not been heated over 117°F and is usually solid. Honey is fructose, glucose, levulose, maltose, dextrose, and other glucosides. It has A, C, E and B vitamins, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid, and folic acid. It also contains amino acids, minerals, enzymes, hormones and natural antibiotics.

 Raw honey wipes out bacteria that causes diarrhea and may eliminate such diseases as salmonella, shigella, E coli and cholera. It has been known to help some people with outdoor allergies.  For most people raw honey will not upset blood sugar levels as severely as refined sugar.

 

 The choice is yours. Use deliciously sweet, raw honey or denatured, refined, processed, evil—sugar.

 

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  1. Thanks for spelling out the differences between sugar and honey. I just picked up 15 lbs of raw honey from my neighbor. I’d like show my kids this so they can make better choices.

    Posted by prairiesun | August 25, 2009, 5:58 pm

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