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    Yea, Honey does spoil, thats usualy called cyrstalization, but then you have to heat the honey well other wise it looses its nice full taste some times and tastes like crap honey.

    Watch out for that artificial honey!

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    Clover honey is da best yo.

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    there is a big fancy resturante some where that houses bees in a controled environment. its warm year round, no dormancy so there is a production of honey year round, AND they use different flowers for different aromas and flavors of honey. they use Lavender, rose, clover, and even a certain banana plant that can be pollenated by bees. its really cool because they use at least one of them in every dish they serve!!
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    Probably my favorite type of honey would be Tupilo Honey, It's too bad that all of the tupilo trees are dying.

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    Best honey is fireweed... it isnt as strong as other honey, a great introduction to become a honey fanatic!

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    Orange honey... that's good to use for baklava.

    Tell me more about dying Tupelos. I thought they were supposed to die when it dries up where they are but they can spread to wetter areas while that's happening.
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    Where I live its all about orange blossom and avocado honey. Eucalyptus is pretty good too. My family used to buy 3 gal buckets of the stuff at the farmers market... That and pure 100% ground peanut peanut butter. Both good deals but it only takes a few months before the honey starts to crystalize and the PB separates. Time for a food grade paint mixer

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    Avacado honey. What a way to ruin a good thing.

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