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    Hi all!

    An aging person with a serious diabetes condition needs a good quality honey without added sugar or syrup or any other tricks. Is it possible to find a guaranteed not cheated with product here? North coast.

    Please share your experince with buying honey and suggestions/advice.

    Thank you all!

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    Default North Coast Honey

    Cohen honey sold at Playero is I believe unadulterated

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    Never heard of "cheated" honey around here.
    It's as good as good gets.
    You can buy it virtually anywhere, even on the side of the mountain highways, at times.

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    I've bought honey from vendors walking the beach and the local marcados and to my taste it's all natural and quite a bargain. Far better than what's available in my local supermarket.

    IIRC about 50 pesos per 1/2 litre bottle (which I happily pay about $8+++ for in Canada, for the same quantity)

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    Default In the files

    About 2-3 months ago there was a great deal of info written on the subject of honey on this board. A lot of infomation given by people that knew what they were talking about. Do a search and I think you will find the information you kned to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johne View Post
    About 2-3 months ago there was a great deal of info written on the subject of honey on this board. A lot of infomation given by people that knew what they were talking about. Do a search and I think you will find the information you kned to know.
    http://www.dr1.com/forums/living/694...can-honey.html

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