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Pure honey and raw honey are different things. Pure honey means nothing is added like corn syrup or sweeteners. Raw honey means not only is nothing added, it's not pasteurized so you get the good benefits from the honey like the bee pollen. Raw honey is more expensive. This is a good deal. I buy raw local honey for 18-20$ for this amount.
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Raw honey shold start crystalizing about 6 months after it's harvested. It doesn't mean it's going bad. Solid honey is best melted by putting the container it's in in warm water. My father is a bee keeper and sells raw local honey for about 18 to 20 dollars per two pound jar. He sells out in about 2 weeks after harvest. This is a great deal for raw honey
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I can't help but chime in here, I'm a beekeeper. Buying commercial honey is like playing Russian roulette with one empty cylinder. Okay not as deadly but the odds of getting a pure product are about the same. If you're concerned about pure or raw honey then accept the fact it will cost more and find a local beekeeper. You will also benefit from the local pollens in the honey.
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This is a good product. Ive been using it for months now
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I think Costco price is ~$12.xx
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Samsclub has their members mark pure honey at $12 for 2 40oz units. why is this considered a good deal at $9.66 of 36oz one unit?
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Samsclub has their members mark pure honey at $12 for 2 40oz units. why is this considered a good deal at $9.66 of 36oz one unit?
Pure honey and raw honey are different things. Pure honey means nothing is added like corn syrup or sweeteners. Raw honey means not only is nothing added, it's not pasteurized so you get the good benefits from the honey like the bee pollen. Raw honey is more expensive. This is a good deal. I buy raw local honey for 18-20$ for this amount.
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Does raw honey stay liquid at room temps or is it "frozen"? I recall some honey we had that needed nuking in the microwave for a few seconds before having to use it and not only was it a hassle, I'm not crazy about microwaving things in plastic container (even if BPA free).
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Samsclub has their members mark pure honey at $12 for 2 40oz units. why is this considered a good deal at $9.66 of 36oz one unit?
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Pure honey and raw honey are different things. Pure honey means nothing is added like corn syrup or sweeteners. Raw honey means not only is nothing added, it's not pasteurized so you get the good benefits from the honey like the bee pollen. Raw honey is more expensive. This is a good deal. I buy raw local honey for 18-20$ for this amount.
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Does raw honey stay liquid at room temps or is it "frozen"? I recall some honey we had that needed nuking in the microwave for a few seconds before having to use it and not only was it a hassle, I'm not crazy about microwaving things in plastic container (even if BPA free).
The bottom can crystallize a bit yes. But it shouldn't be like that throughout. Generally the older it is the more likely it is to crystallize or if kept in the fridge or somewhere cold. I keep mine in the pantry and usually only the very bottom layer is "hard". I just use a spoon to scoop some out to put in tea. Hope this helps.
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Raw honey shold start crystalizing about 6 months after it's harvested. It doesn't mean it's going bad. Solid honey is best melted by putting the container it's in in warm water. My father is a bee keeper and sells raw local honey for about 18 to 20 dollars per two pound jar. He sells out in about 2 weeks after harvest. This is a great deal for raw honey
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If your going to use Raw and unfiltered honey shouldn't it be local?
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If your going to use Raw and unfiltered honey shouldn't it be local?
Not necessarily.
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Been using this type of honey for a while now. Tastes great and good price. Usually raw honey like this is a good bit more expensive. Good deal.
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Does Costco sell their in-house brand of raw honey?

Anyone know pricing?
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