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Articles by Backyard Beekeeping Contributor

Fire Cider Recipe with Raw Honey

Fire cider is an old home remedy for the runny noses and sniffles before they develop into full-blown colds or flu. Even if you already have a cold or the flu, drinking shots of fire cider can help ease symptoms and might even reduce the duration of a virus.

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Honey Herbes De Provence Recipe

Expensive to buy and sometimes hard to find, you can make your own Herbes de Provence recipe blend.

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How to Harvest Bee Pollen

Many a beekeeper will eventually come to wonder how to harvest bee pollen, and when, and even if they should. What do you need to know first?

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How to Support Your Solitary Bee Population

There are more than 20,000 species of solitary bees. Native to nearly every corner of the globe, they are adapted to a vast diversity of climates and habitats.

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Honey Peanut Butter Cookies

These peanut butter cookies are a great treat made with honey and chocolate for a flavor burst twist on a classic cookie.

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Granny’s Southern Honey Cornbread

When it comes to cornbread, Granny’s honey cornbread is truly the best. Just a hint of sweet, making it a hit to those who like their cornbread sweet and those who don’t like it very sweet.

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Honey Pumpkin Maple Granola

This honey pumpkin maple granola is a fun recipe for the whole family. Not only is it tasty, but it uses honey and maple syrup to sweeten.

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Is It Really Honey?

Adulteration of honey is a big problem. So, what, exactly, is fake honey and how does it affect the honey industry and why is it done?

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How Sweet It Is: Honey Cocktails and Mocktails

Looking for ways to enjoy your recent honey harvest? Get in on the trend of artisanal honey drinks and find your perfect patio partner.

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Telling The Bees

If you have ever had any doubt that beekeeping is a magical interaction between human and insect, then the practice of telling the bees should convince you that our ancestors held these delightful creatures in high esteem and reverence.

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