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Beekeeper, "Rainbow Honey"

Posted by ellendi (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 5, 12 at 20:57

Just saw on aol that in eastern france the bees were feasting on discards fro the local M&M plant instead of the usual nectr. The honey is blue and green. Thought of you when I saw this!
They say it is not marketable. I'm thinking kids jus might like it though.

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RE: Beekeeper, "Rainbow Honey"

I saw that this am! I forgot though. (It's been a nutsy day here) Thanks for the reminder. Mr Bee said he saw it too. Did you see the story about the Brooklyn bees before? They were sneaking over to the maraschino cherry factory and drinking the juice. The honey was bright red!

Here is a link that might be useful: Brooklyn Bees

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