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Drizzle Pure White and Golden Raw Honey, 4 x 500 g

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[Costco] Drizzle Pure White and Golden Raw Honey, 4 x 500 g

Amazing deal. The small jars are usually $14-15 at other retailers so this is a steal. You also get Costco's return policy.

Please note that this is unpasteurized honey.
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KoukiMonster wrote: Amazing deal. The small jars are usually $14-15 at other retailers so this is a steal. You also get Costco's return policy.

Please note that this is unpasteurized honey.
What makes this worth more than the other regular jars?
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I buy the Naturoney Organic Honey, which works out to $24 for the same volume of honey, and that's regular price.
Think I'll pass on this overpriced honey.
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Have always wanted to try this brand.

Think I won't pass on this honey.
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Bencherstyle wrote: What makes this worth more than the other regular jars?
Raw honey that's started by a local company (Calgary)

I was just excited to see them expand and wanted to support them. With this price point I thought it just made it easier.
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KoukiMonster wrote: Raw honey that's started by a local company (Calgary)

I was just excited to see them expand and wanted to support them. With this price point I thought it just made it easier.
Thats fair. I hear you should eat local honey vs other areas.

Ontario here, so ill stick with ontario honey
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KoukiMonster wrote: Please note that this is unpasteurized honey.
What is the concern ? Botchulism ?

Edit: We regularly buy Wolfe Creamed Raw Organic Honey from Costco B&M, and they're $12 / kg. So is this worth extra 50% in cost ?
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Bencherstyle wrote: Thats fair. I hear you should eat local honey vs other areas.

Ontario here, so ill stick with ontario honey
Jealous of the choices you have out East, not gonna lie.
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flaming homer wrote: What is the concern ? Botchulism ?
I also wonder why honey is pasteurized. Honey is naturally antimicrobial, it kind of pasteurizes itself.

But it cannot be botulism. Botulism grows in anaerobic conditions, i e., without air, and in addition honey is antimicrobial.
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When it comes to honey, you want unpasteurized. Pasteurization kills off all the goodness that makes honey a healthy choice.
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This is good honey, I always pick it up when its on sale.

Raw honey vs anything else is no comparison. If it comes in a bear, bee hive or any other crappy plastic bottle... its not even close.

Thanks OP for the heads up.
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KoukiMonster wrote: Raw honey that's started by a local company (Calgary)

I was just excited to see them expand and wanted to support them. With this price point I thought it just made it easier.
How long will these keep? I only use honey in my tea in the morning so I go through it slowly. Need it to last both as an unopened jar but also once opened. I’m assuming those won’t crystallize like the cheap crap?
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queenofhearts wrote: How long will these keep? I only use honey in my tea in the morning so I go through it slowly. Need it to last both as an unopened jar but also once opened. I’m assuming those won’t crystallize like the cheap crap?
Crystalization means its real honey. If it doesnt crystalize over long period of time, it means its been cut with sugar or other crap.

Keeps forever.
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Bencherstyle wrote: Crystalization means its real honey. If it doesnt crystalize over long period of time, it means its been cut with sugar or other crap.

Keeps forever.
Interesting. I thought it was the other way around. Thanks!
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queenofhearts wrote: How long will these keep? I only use honey in my tea in the morning so I go through it slowly. Need it to last both as an unopened jar but also once opened. I’m assuming those won’t crystallize like the cheap crap?
Just microwave to melt the crystals. Pretty sure the white honey included here is crystallized.
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JohnnyRadical wrote: Raw honey vs anything else is no comparison. If it comes in a bear, bee hive or any other crappy plastic bottle... its not even close.
I like a good local honey. But the Kirkland Signature, which comes in a plastic bear, is unpasteurized and pretty good.
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coldlikeice wrote: Product not found!
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It's sold out. When it was posted there were quantity of 262 available. But it went out of stock pretty fast
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HeatSeeker wrote: When it comes to honey, you want unpasteurized. Pasteurization kills off all the goodness that makes honey a healthy choice.
What "goodness" are you speaking of?
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