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Each variety of honey has characteristics that make that each one unique. Some of the main characteristics are color, granulation, moisture content, Levlose (fructose sugars) levels and Dextrose (glucose sugars) levels. Honey color is always graded with a number. A low number indicates a light color and the higher the number the darker the honey. Granulation is also given a number value to rate at which point the honey tends to crystallize or granulate. Levlose, dextrose and moisture levels are based on a percentage.


Honey that is sold as raw contains all the pollen, enzymes and other micronutrients that are usually filtered out or destroyed by heat when the honey is processed. Traditionally, honey is heated and filtered so that it will remain liquid much longer. Raw honey will crystalize quickly due to the fact that it is unfiltered. GloryBee offers several varieties of raw honey, which are never heated above 115 degrees. Many people believe that raw honey contains additional health benefits over traditionally processed honey.


Honey has been used for everything from skincare to mead (honey wine). Honey is widely preferred as a sweetener because it is also a flavor enhancer. The wide variety of flavors available from different honeys makes honey a gourmet's delight.


If properly stored, honey will not spoil: A pot of honey found in an ancient Egyptian tomb was proved to be as wholesome as fresh honey. However, honey will ferment if it is diluted by moisture from the atmosphere or by other liquids. Prevent fermentation by keeping honey containers tightly sealed before and between uses.


Replace 1 cup of sugar with 3/4 cup of honey and reduce the liquid in the recipe by ¼ cup. Add a pinch of baking soda to recipes that do not call for sour cream or sour milk, so as to reduce the acidity of the honey.

Cook jellies and jams at higher temperatures when you replace sugar with honey.

Beat honey candies longer, and seal them more tightly when storing them to keep the honey from absorbing atmospheric moisture.


    • When baking with honey, lower the oven temperature by 25° to 30° F to prevent over-browning.
    • When measuring honey, first coat the measuring utensil with a small amount of oil so the honey will not stick.
    • Store honey at room temperature rather than in a refrigerator. Keep it tightly covered and in a dry place.
    • If honey granulates, place its container in hot water until the honey re-liquefies.
    • Honey, because it is hydroscopic, tends to keep foods moist and tender. Therefore, if you are baking goodies for kids away at school, service members overseas, or friends out of town, always bake with honey to ensure freshness.

Hannah's Honey All Natural Raw Honey Dipper Gift Set


At TheDepot in Downtown Lakeview, OH and Depot No.9 in downtown Kenton, we sell and support Honey! One of our vendors are Hannah's Honey, a honeybee business operated out of Huntsville, Ohio by Hannah and her family. "How sweet Your words taste to me; they are sweeter than honey." Psalm 119:103. 

In addition to Honey, she also makes a natural healing salve made from beeswax in a twistable 2.4oz travel tube. This first aid salve is great for burns, cuts, scrapes, chapped lips and cracked skin, making it a great option for travel, to throw in your bag before leaving the house or the perfect addition to your medicine cabinet.

Hannah was born with fetal alcohol syndrome and given little hope that she would work or talk. Her adoptive parents worked, prayed and pushed her to become as much as she could. While still having cognitive delays, Hannah can now walk, talk and is a joyful young lady who loves the Lord. As a Junior in high school, some friends gave Hannah her own honey hive. Now, she loves being a beekeeper and works hard to be  productive. Thank you for supporting Hannah through your love of honey! 

Enjoy Hannah's all natural, raw honey in various size options and variety uses.

Nathan Davis

All Natural Raw Honey

Nate's Nectar is a honeybee business operated out of DeGraff, Ohio. Enjoy Nathan's all natural, raw honey in two size options.  


TheDepot in Downtown Lakeview, OH

Local pickup is available at the store, 115 E Lake St, Lakeview OH 43331, Tuesday - Saturday from 10am-6pm.


Eric is an Entrepreneur, a Real Estate Developer and an Apartment Operator. He is also a Writer/Published Author of SecondAct Entrepreneur, From Detroit, he has returned to Indian Lake where he grew up. Eric has a deep love and passion for HotSauces, and CutFlowers. His UrbaneFarm, is a purveyor of special one of a kind HotSauces, Salsa’s, BBQ Sauce, Rubs, Gourmet Salts, Spices, Chips and Jerky, available at TheDepot. CutFlowers are available in season. You can meet Eric most Friday and Saturdays slinging Chicago Dogs at BackAlley Eatzz, a GrillTrailer located at TheDepot in Downtown Lakeview, OH. Stop in and say Hello! 

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