There is a perception that raw honey, as opposed to sweet, commercially produced honey will not be enjoyed. This short contribution needs to address the fear that people have in losing the luxury of sweetness. In raw honey, the sweetness, just like with certain fruits, is still there. Yes, it may be necessary for you to have an acquired taste, but more importantly, the future taste enjoyment will have everything to do with where the honey is originally sourced from. Blueberry honey will come direct from the blueberry plant.
And gallberry honey will be sourced directly from the gallberry. Dear readers, you are in for a treat. If you love the succulence and taste of your berry, you are going to enjoy the syrupy texture of your fine, raw honey. But there is more. If you have other taste preferences, you can enjoy that too. Other fruits will be utilized in cultivating the distinct flavors of your raw honey. Go beyond the perception and fallacies about rough and wild and raw honey and just know that you are doing your health a very good turn for the best.
The honey you purchase in your supermarket is not good for you. It is commercially processed and the sweetness that you became accustomed to does not come from the honey but rather from the white refined sugar, an unedifying ingredient on the list of materials bad for your heart and sugar levels. Raw honey is carefully produced on organic beekeeping farms. No white sugar and no chemicals from free radicals and commercial pesticides. And would you believe that you can even derive a nutty flavor from your raw honey if that is your preference.
Delicious, like almond milk or coconut butter if you have a curiosity about going vegan.