Honeybees use nectar to make honey. Nectar is almost 80% water with some complex sugars. Honey gets its sweetness from the monosaccharide, fructose and glucose and has about the same relative sweetness as granulated sugar. Honey has had a long history in human consumption, and is used in various foods and beverages as a sweetener and flavoring. It also has a role in religion and symbolism. China, Turkey and Argentina are the top producers of honey, followed by Ukraine and the United States. Honey's color, taste, aroma and texture vary greatly depending on the type of flower a bee frequents.
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Honey not only imparts a unique flavor to any dish, but it also balances and enhances the flavor profiles of other ingredients used in a recipe.
- Honey acts as a binder and thickener for sauces, dressings, marinades and dips.
- Over its history as a food the main uses of honey are in cooking, baking, desserts, a spread on breads and as an addition to various beverages, such as Tea and as a sweetener in some commercial beverages. Honey barbecue and honey mustard are other common flavors used in sauces.
- Honey is the main ingredient in the alcoholic beverage mead, which is also known as "honey wine" or "honey beer".Honey is 100% pure and natural, fat free, adds rich texture and color with a distinctive sweetness.
- Ethnic honey is produced almost in every country round the Globe and is used in variety of cuisines and spicy honey works to balance and smooth flavors.
- Tea lovers often use Basswood, Alfalfa, Clover, Eucalyptus, and Leatherwood as sweeteners.
- Baking cakes, muffins, tarts, cookies: Leatherwood, Alfalfa, Orange Blossom are fine choices in baking due to their powerful floral scents.
- Honey is a source of carbohydrates, as they are the primary fuel the body uses for energy. Carbohydrates are necessary in the diet to help maintain muscle glycogen.
- Honey influences the body in different ways depending on the way it is consumed. It has a beneficial impact on the red blood cell (RBC) count in the blood.
- Honey is a great substitute that is as sweet but also safe to consume. Though honey also includes simple sugars in its chemical makeup, it is quite different from white sugar. Honey also includes dextrin, a starchy fiber. This combination helps the body regulate blood sugar levels.
- For those doing yogic practices, consuming honey brings balance to the blood chemistry and is especially recommended. Regular intake of honey makes the system more vibrant. Taking tepid water mildly laced with honey in the morning before beginning the practice can open the system up.
- Consumption of honey promotes an increase is beneficial antioxidant agents, stimulates antibodies and combats harmful microbial activities. In traditional medicine, one of the health benefits of honey includes the treatment of respiratory infections. Daily consumption of honey is used to deal with issues such as excess mucus and asthma.
- One of the important uses of honey in traditional medicine is as an instant energy booster. It contains many vitamins and minerals in small amounts. A list of these include: niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
- Honey helps reduce constipation, bloating and gas, thanks to it being a mild laxative.
- There are many health benefits of honey on skin and scalp well being as well.
- Honey can improve the quality of sleep in children. Honey reduced cough among children during the night and helped them sleep more soundly.
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Organic Honey - Wild Forest
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