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"Which honey to buy?" "Which honey is best?" "What's the difference between pure honey and raw honey?" "Is raw honey or organic honey more superior?' "Where can I buy quality honey?" "Is local honey better?" "Which floral varietal is the best?"These are probably the most frequently asked questions from people who have just discovered honey and want to know which bottle of honey to pick. I wish life were simple enough for me to address all these enquiries in a sentence or two. I'm afraid it isn't. Nevertheless, I'll attempt to get some of the terms "raw", "local", "pure", "organic" clarified here.My first and foremost advice on which honey to buy would be - get it directly from a trusted beekeeper. This way, not only you can play your part for the environment and reduce your food carbon footprint, you can be pretty sure that the honey you eat is...

November 21, 2016 written by Dao Wang 0 comments

Paint Strainers: You can usually get two sizes, one or five gallons, that are designed to fit inside plastic buckets. They are great for straining honey, liquid wax, or even paint. You can find paint strainers at stores like Home Depot, or at Amazon.com. Double Boiler: Nice to have for melting wax. Don’t go for an expensive one, though. They will be pretty much useless for anything else after the first melt. Crock Pot: Another excellent way to render beeswax. As with the double boiler, though, it’s best to have a separate one for melting wax. These get messy in a hurry.

November 21, 2016 written by Dao Wang 0 comments