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We can’t eat all this honey without you!

JOIN US this Saturday for our 2ND ANNUAL HONEY TASTING and help us pick this year’s winners ? 

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http://www.meetup.com/HoneyLove/events/72446912/

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Come Get Buzzed with HoneyLove @ Fraiche in Santa Monica!
June 30th @ 6pm!

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/317878618295417/
Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/HoneyLove/events/66985152/

*Event sponsored by Whole Foods Market, Santa Monica Wilshire & 5th

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Bee Raw Honey

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Photo: honey :: bears (by reny :: honey)

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All-natural honey from remote apiaries in the dense woodlands of Galicia, Spain. “Abella” means bee in Gallego, the language spoken in the region, where this pure, raw, unfiltered honey is handcrafted by beekeepers using age-old artisan techniques.

3 varieties: Abella Honey with Royal Jelly, Pollen, or Propolis

[click here to learn more about Abella Honey from therogerscollection.com]

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1btOBmNmZw

Winnie the Pooh (2011) - “Everything is Honey”

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Just made up a new case of RAW ORGANIC LOCAL HONEY from our honeybee rescues 
to give to our HoneyLove sponsors!

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“Those of us who grew up reading Winnie-the-Pooh know that know that honey plays a very important role in Pooh’s life. Honey is Pooh’s favorite snack, his ultimate temptation… and the goal of most of his adventures. 

And while Pooh’s tactics might be a little extreme, it appears that he is onto something. His favorite honey is that which comes directly from the hive — aka: raw honey.

Raw honey is by definition unheated, unfiltered and unpasteurized with nothing added or removed. Its meant to be as close as possible to the state of the honey when it left the beehive, often including portions of the comb itself.”

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