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Do you buy any honey, or do you buy a particular one?

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No, I don't buy a particular type of honey - but I DO buy a particular type of packaging.
I hate honey where you have to dip something in the jar to get some out as I find the jar is often sticky for some reason.
I therefore only buy those upside down plastic bottles that you press and the honey comes out.....cleaner and no sticky!
I have read about jarrah honey, i think it is, and went to buy some but it was double the price, so did not....i cannot tell the difference between different honeys anyway and do not eat heaps of it since I stopped eating sugar and cakes etc.
by Finy
We love honey.
Honey can be very expensive, like some are even $20 a jar!

It would seem the darker the honey, the better it is.

It doesn't go off, and is one of nature's super foods.
Has a way of keeping us healthy.
We don't buy much honey. We love it, but don't seem to use it much
I like having some honey mixed with warm water and a slice of lemon to begin my day. But generally I don't often use honey for any other purposes. I also don't have a particular favourite, either.
Leatherwood. It's my all time favourite. When I was in Maryborough (Qld) last year I bought some macadamia honey and it is very nice. Like Finy, I find it all sticky and I have had to give it up as well. I sneak a tiny taste but keep it hidden at the back of the pantry to avoid temptation. Pickled cucumber anyone . . ?
by Rice
I prefer to buy raw honey from bee keepers but if not i will buy Capilano brand.
I buy honey but not any particular one
by AJ
Yes, we buy honey, always from Aldi, but we only buy the all Australian honey. There is a local man who has bee hives, & sells to 1 of our local cafes. We'd met him & his wife at an open day at our local cemetery & bought 3 big jars of their honey.
by Miro
I like to buy honey directly from the producer and taste test the different varieties before making a purchase. The difference in flavour is amazing depending on what flowers the bees have pollinated. I also prefer squeeze or pour packaging rather than a jar.
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