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This whole-wheat loaf is excellent for sandwiches, toast or eating plain. It has a light, springy texture and a mellow, slightly sweet grain taste from cracked wheat.
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The debate about the policy, which has been in draft form for 10 years, has been revived by Apitrade Africa, a regional organisation involved in advocacy and beekeeping, and Tunado, an organisation for Ugandan beekeepers, honey processors and packers and other stake holders.
MtnHoney and Jarrett Apiaries have received state and international awards for their North Georgia-based honey.
The number of villages involved in beekeeping will be increased to meet the rising demand for honey in the local and overseas markets.
This is one of the more unusual suggestions we have received for a Stocking Stuffers idea, but it's pretty irresistible: Teresa Beaton of the band Mother Teresa & the Sinners said in an email, "We have joined forces with Gerald'z Honeybees and have our own line of honey."
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Have you tried the new brew on the block? Here in the Bay Area, we love our craft beers and hard ciders , and can't get enough of home-fermented kefirs, kombuchas, and natural sodas .
Beekeepers Nancy Jones, left, and Merry Popa extract frames full of honey from hives on Aug. 29 before uncapping them to get at the honey.
Give the gift of fine fragrance to the glamour girl and perfume-loving lady in your life with this season's must-have fabulous scents that will have her smelling divine and feeling luxurious.
Insects are responsible for pollinating about a third of the world's crops, and honeybees do about 80 percent of that.
The other day, a balmy 63 degrees, Marc Hoffman and I donned our beekeeping veils to check out some of the hives he keeps on the far edge of an apple orchard at Heyser Farms market in Colesville, Md.
As this is honey week, it may be interesting to try to understand what chemicals are coating our grass seeds, in this age when we are all too aware of the vulnerability of bees.
Oranges offer freshness without the tart bite that a lemon or lime might produce.