Raw Honey And Organic Rolled Oats

Posted: January 22, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Recently we got some raw honey because our mom heard that it is a great antibacterial/antiviral substance. She got it because it is the flu season and if one of our throats start feeling a little funny, then we are supposed to eat some. We’ve already eaten some of it, and it is really good. It basically tastes like normal pasteurized honey, but it is a little bit sweeter. It is also a lot thicker than the honey that stores normally sell. It is thicker than peanut butter, just to give you an idea of what the consistency is like. It is also a whole different color. It’s a pale yellow, whereas pasteurized honey is usually golden brown. So it is pretty different in a couple of ways. I like it better than regular honey, though, and it is also supposed to be really good for you. We like to get some on a spoon and just eat away at it slowly like it’s candy. Like I said, it is a great antibacterial/antiviral medicine, but it doesn’t taste like medicine. It tastes really good. We got ours here.

Actually, we think that all organic foods taste better and have more substance than the regular processed foods we got. Two good examples are the honey I was just talking about and some organic oats that we got. We bought Bob’s Red Mill Organic Extra Thick Rolled Oats and they are really good. Bob’s has been around for a long time and it is basically a name brand now. Bob’s products are excellent and you can most likely find some Bob’s products in a store near you. Or if you’d like, you can buy it online here.

Anyway, we used to get Quaker packets of oatmeal and I didn’t really like them too much because they made me feel sick sometimes. However, I really like this Bob’s Red Mill stuff and it keeps me full for a long time. I definitely like organic food better than non-organic food, so hopefully we’ll have all organic food soon!

by John

  1. Jeff says:

    I’ve never had raw honey. That’s very interesting. I had no idea that it was thicker than peanut butter.

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