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Raw Honey

Raw honey, unlike the commercial honey sold in stores, has not been heated. Exposing honey to temperatures above 117 degrees F. will harm many of its important properties, including enzymes. Raw honey that has not been strained will also contain pollen, propolis, and honeycomb, all of which make this food a powerhouse of energy and nutrition. Raw, unstrained honey has been used by cultures for thousands of years and due to its long shelf life will probably outlast any other food item in your kitchen. Along with important enzymes, raw, unstrained honey contains amino acids, including the eight essential ones, vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids.
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