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It is honeydew honey. It is not made from nectar, but from tree parasite secretions. It has a quite different taste from regular flower/nectar honey, and it is much darker. Sometimes it is also called forest honey. Wikipedia has a paragraph on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honey#Honeydew_honey There is a slim possibility that it is not a real honey at ...


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Melter honey is melted and extracted from the caps of the honey comb. The prolonged heating can caramelize the sugars a bit and darken the honey. Although it may reduce a little, I'm not able to find any resource that says that it reduces enough to become significantly more acidic than regular honey. Regular honey can be neutralized for cooking by adding ...



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