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How Raw Honey Helped Save Her Dads Diabetic Foot

How Raw Honey Helped Save Her Dads Diabetic Foot I saw this article over at thenerdyfarmwife.com on how her dad used honey to clear up his foot that just would not heal using antibiotics and various medical treatments, it grew progressively worse. If you know someone who is suffering from diabetes and is having sores on their skin from …

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Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe

Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe I have decided that buttermilk is a great thing to have around the house now. I like using it for breads and things. It gives everything a really good flavour, adding a buttery richness and the tang of sour cream or yoghurt. The buttermilk in this bread recipe gives the bread a rich texture and …

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Fermented Rhubarb Honey Soda Recipe

Fermented Rhubarb Honey Soda Recipe I have never made my own probiotic sodas at home before so i was so glad to find this recipe and give it a go. I made a quick batch of Rhubarb Soda, and it was a hit with the whole family. It was fun and super easy to make …

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Easy Homemade Ketchup Sweetened With Honey

Easy Homemade Ketchup Sweetened With Honey Ketchup is one of the most kid-friendly foods out there, and some kids (mine!) will eat anything, including liver, with ketchup on it. Unfortunately, most store bought versions are packed with GMO tomatoes and High Fructose Corn Syrup. An Oregon Cottage website shares how to make a no sugar …

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How To Tell If You’re Buying Fake Honey

How To Tell If You’re Buying Fake Honey  It’s sad but true.. ultra-filtered honey is often used to mask the shady origins of certain kinds of honey, especially Chinese honey, which is subject to heavy import tariffs on account of its frequent contamination by heavy metals and illegal antibiotics. One ounce of raw honey contains approximately …

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Homemade Honey Butter Ambrosia!

Homemade Honey Butter Ambrosia! Honey, butter, cream and sugar turns into this out of the world spread that you will want to eat on a spoon. Its great on toast and biscuits, English muffins and even peanut butter sandwiches. You need to make this, you just do.  This recipe makes just the right amount to fill two …

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