Thursday, August 5, 2010

Got your pantry *and* your medicine chest?

You *should* have! Truth be told, most people could get far more use out of keeping honey in their medicine chest than in their pantry. Honey can be a bit tricky to use in the kitchen as you do need to do a bit of adjusting to substitute it in your everyday recipes, and there is a very slight textural difference in some products...but none of this is bad! Most folks are just not willing to skip the ease they're accustomed to with grabbing the plain, dead white sugar. It's well worth it, though!

Now, in the medicine chest. Honey has properties that no other single product can claim, all in one golden syrupy super-drug so to speak!


Treasures Evermore said...

So true...the "real" stuff as I call it in our home...same with Pure maple syrup...the other stuff is "fake"..."the real stuff" created by much healthier for us.

Have a great day.

Greentwinsmummy said...

Hullo x
I use honey by the dollop when the smalls get coughs & sore throats. When a wee one is coughing in the night,I go in,gently get them to sit up & have a teaspoon of honey, ksses & out you go & then mama will get some sleep because no matter how bad the cough it will ease after honey. I swear by it, for myself I have t in warm water with lemon x


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