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Honey Strawberry Jam

Many of us are accustomed to sweet sugar. In particular, young children don’t like to eat honey very much. So, I would like to introduce

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Garlic Honey Pickled

Garlic has been consumed as a health food for a long time. In ancient Greece, soldiers used it to protect their skin against poison, and

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Honey Health Tips

In ancient Egypt, it was considered precious enough to put a honey jar in the king’s tomb. Greek and Roman myths show Ariothaius, the god

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Bees in February

Welcome February! We are back to talk about the bee lifestyle during this month. So February is basically an extension of January and its activities.

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Mahaska signed the 1836 treaty which established the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska reservation along the Missouri River in Kansas and Nebraska. The river bluffs, woodlands, and meadows are full of native medicinal plants and wildflowers, that the Tribe’s bees rely on to make nanyi (NAH-nyee), pure honey and other products.

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