I will find recipes to try with honey then. I wonder what you bake with it, as the only honey based bakes I have hear of are like russian honey cake, which according to my sister, is the best. Do you make that?
Also you can use it as a glaze for meats, and it is the best in iced coffee. But what about ice honey? Honey popsicles? And idk if you know the store but there's a soap from Lush that LOOKS like honey/honeycomb, with honey in it. If you see it, they may give you a sample. It makes your body smell like honey so you don't need to cover yourself in honey anymore!
The fact that you're invested in trying different types of clover honey by state to taste the difference makes me think- there must be others who feel this way strongly. So you could start a honey tour of the US, in theory, with a bus journey that educates people on flora, fauna, and honey, with samples along the way. Like a wine tasting I guess.
The attitude people have to wine should be shared with honey. You should be able to sample honey by region, and taste the difference, and have honey harvesting tours. I think lots of people would be up for it, if not just us. Good for tourism. Maybe we will start a crystal cafe honey tour.
I think I will stop leaving the honeycomb as decoration. I am mildly exhilirated at this idea you have proposed, of chewing the combs. So many new textures for honey. And verifiably, it is GREAT on toast. Best on softer breads .>>99172
Local honey…I'm so jealous…that's solid stuff. I really love rose infused honey, you can even make it at home if you can't purchase it. This is ideal with mild and light wildflower honeys too. Just cut up the rose petals into small pieces, drop them into a jar, and add your honey on top. You have to mix so that the petals are covered and that there are no air gaps, a chopstick or knife will do. Then, you seal it, and can leave it for a month (if you're dedicated) and strain it, leaving only the liquidy part, now infused with rose petals. This can be purchased online though. I'm really excited for you to try new honey! Mead is good too.>>99152
I had a bumblebee costume, fluffy and stripy when I was little. When I wore it, I felt right. Not in a trans way, but like I had found myself, becoming purposeful and stripy and glorious. And when we were sick, my mom usually made concoctions with honey, like honey, hot tea and pepper, saying that the honey was super for your health, so it seemed like it had powers.