Our Honey in Bakepedia

Bee Wild Honey Is Mentioned in Bakepedia We are very excited!!!! DeDe Wilson and the tasters of Bakepedia tasted two of our raw honeys, wildflower and gallberry, and mentioned them in her blog, http://www.bakepedia.com/tipsandtricks/honey/: This Wildflower honey from Georgia’s Bee Wild has a distinct black licorice taste that took many of us by sweet surprise…

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The Real John Wright

Bee Wild’ Owner and Staff Part One The Real John Wright When you know someone really well and work with them on an almost daily basis, it’s easy to forget the power of their story. So, interviewing John Wright, the owner of Bee Wild, was a wonderful opportunity to remind me that his path hasn’t…

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Growing and Preserving Food

The Real Food Lifestyle: Growing and Preserving Food In our last newsletter, we did a blog on real food for our children: http://beewild.buzz/real-food-for-kids/. In this post we mention that growing some of your own food and preserving a portion of that harvest is the original way Americans lived, even in the cities. So, I thought you…

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Honey Education for Children

Do You Have Resources for our Kids? Yes, Here’s Some Great Honey Education for Kids! Sharing information about honey, bees, and beekeeping is a good place to start honey education for kids. In this way, children learn about the foundations of production, processing, and distribution of real food. Often families no longer work organic gardens…

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Is Honey Good for Kids?

Kids Love Sweet Flavors, but Is Honey Good for Them? As parents, you already know that kids love sweet flavors. Don’t they always ask you for lollipops, ice cream, cookies, gum, soda, and all kinds of sugary confections? What if you could satisfy their taste for sweets in a healthy way? Would that work for…

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