It's almost unbelievable how much honey has been a part of our history. Edible honey was found in King Tut's tomb. Honey's anti-bacterial property makes it useful in preventing infections. Honey is predigested, making it healthier than other types of sugars. Local honey minimizes attacks of hay fever and allergies. The list goes on, and is covered in this wonderful new edition that focuses on the healthy aspect of honey and bee products (bee pollen, royal jelly, beeswax, and more). All the wit and wisdom of Lonik's Nature and Cooking series, plus over 200 award-winning recipes.
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Stackpole Books is proud to be the North American distributor for RKT Trade Publishing, featuring the work of Larry "Tree" Lonik, the world's foremost expert on the morel mushroom. He wrote the first book on morels, designed and built the first facility to commercially grow morels, picks morels around the world, and has been featured in numerous national, regional, and international media. "Larry is our foremost morel authority." CBS News, Sunday MorningFrom the Author:
I met a guy who put living bees on his face, at county and state fairs, to show how tame and handle-able honeybees were if you understand them. This opened the door for a fascinating fact-finding adventure that took me to King Tut's tomb (where still-edible honey was found), to the mystical philosophies of India, to America's Old West, to ancient Greece, to the State Capitol of Utah, to modern-day Canada (where they use bee venom, from stingers, for arthritis relief. Absolutely fascinated, I wanted to share this knowledge, and recipes using another of Mother Nature's wondrous gifts-honey.
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Descrizione libro Donning Company, Virginia Beach, VA, 1981. Stiff Wraps. Condizione libro: Very Good. Condizione sovraccoperta: No Dust Jacket. NAP. Inscribed; index; The Unilaw library book; 8vo; 159 pages; Signed by Author. Codice libro della libreria 4254