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6 comments:

  1. why do you use medium boxes and frames?

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    1. Standardization means everything is interchangeable. It also reduces the amount of equipment I have to keep on hand.

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  2. Are you in beverton OR because we have friends up there:)

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  3. Hi! Wanted to congratulate you on the YouTube videos they are very informative! I wanted to ask you, does raw natural honey made out of nectar not sugar water actually crystallise or is that just a marketing stunt for the "corprates" to make more money ?

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    1. Yes, raw honey does crystallize, but it also depends on the nectar source. Some honey will crystallize very quickly, like so fast that it sets up right after extracting it. Others will take so long that you'll never notice it. Mine typically sets up in 6-12 months. You can make it crystallize more rapidly and make it nice and smooth with a starter. This is typically called creamed honey, or spun honey, or whipped honey. Just stir in some creamed honey and let it set for 2 weeks.

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