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Food Storage

I'm setting up my food storage plan and ran across this. I haven't used their product before but it looks nice, so I'll probably get a pail.

The price is really good and in case you didn't know, honey doesn't go bad. It's the unheated kind so you get all of the natural goodness that mother-nature places in it.

As for price, it's the best I could find, especially for this quality.

http://shop.dakotahoney.com/main.sc

Just thought I'd share. Leave some for me. :)



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Okay, money has been tight.

I was going to order the 5 gallon but since money was tight I decided I didn't want to waste it on 5 gallons of honey that wasn't to my liking. Sooo I bought a smaller 5 pound jug to test it.

It's absolutely delicious. I'll be buying from them in bulk soon. I'd recommend them if you're looking for an inexpensive, healthy and tasty sugar substitute to standard sugar for your bulk terror watch-list food storage pantry.

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I bought 120 lbs. of honey in 60 lb. containers.

I broke it down into jars (mainly washed-out salsa and peanut butter jars) so it can be de-crystalized more easily (hot water immersion) when I get around to using it.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Did you get it from them?

If not where?

That's a good idea. Separating it into smaller vessels for easy use and dipping them into a hot water bath would work nicely.

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No, I became a one-person cooperative buying associate

and bought 900 lbs of wheat berries, 100 lbs. each of four kinds of dry beans, 150 lbs. rolled oats, 100 lbs. sea salt, 120 lbs. honey, all delivered right to my home and most of which will be going to my new location in Ecuador. (No extra cost for weight in a steel shipping container, up to some threshold I'll never reach.)

Check around for cooperative buying clubs in your area. That may be your best bet on price.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Okay thanks.

Do you remember how much your honey was? Just curious.

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Looks very natural

Support the small guys. Not saying this guy is small BUT man do I need a big 5 gallon jug of honey. I assume that would last forever literally.

If you get bee wings or legs you can think of those like the tequila worm --> BONUS

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Bonus!

That's what I was thinking too! Hey, if the SHTF, you're gonna appreciate that extra protein. :)

Yes it does last.. Never spoils. It may after time crystallize but you can chip off a bit and warm it in a pan and it comes right back.

I don't believe there's special requirements for storage either. Temp/moisture and so on. Maybe keep it close to keep the critters out and make sure Winnie doesn't get into it.

I'm learning recipes for bread and meals also. Homemade bread and honey. Damn that's good.

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Great

I'm glad you'll get some good from it.

I made sure I asked him about the quality, he said this.

'Im a beekeeper and just sell a little honey online. Everything I produce and sell is raw unfiltered. I do strain it as stated. The strainer jsut removes bee wings and legs. It is similar in size to window screen. I don't heat any of my honey. I produce over 2000 55 gallon drums of honey annually and only sell about 10 drums online and out my door.'

Hopefully that doesn't make anyone squeamish. I took it as good stuff! I can't wait to try some of it.

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Thanks. I need to get on that

Thanks. I need to get on that as well. I just finished my 72 hour bag.

Those really do look nice.

Those really do look nice. Clover honey is YUM! Thanks for sharing!