Do you use a lot of honey? Rice‘s Raw & Unfiltered Honey is an all natural honey.
L.R. Rice founded Rice’s Lucky Clover Honey LLC, headquartered in Greeley, Colorado, in 1924. This women-owned, family operated company, now in its 5th generation, remains a leading producer of authentic, high quality, raw, and unfiltered honey. The company’s honey is 100% pure, local United States, raw and unfiltered honey.
When the company first began in 1924, the family worked bee yards, extracted honey, filled and labeled glass jars, then sold products door to door in Northern Colorado. Since that time, Rice’s Lucky Clover Honey has established and nurtured long-standing relationships with beekeeper families throughout the United States. This allows for quality U.S. honey to be packed in every bottle of Rice’s Lucky Clover Honey. Our customized filling process and system ensures the natural pollen and enzymes of the raw honey remain in every bottle.
Rice’s Lucky Clover Honey has generated significant brand equity through its commitment to producing high quality, premium, raw, and unfiltered honey at affordable prices.
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Rice’s Honey can be used for many health benefits.
We all know about using honey in our hot tea when we don’t feel well. Honey is a natural lubricant and it can help coat your throat and help with your cough. There are more ways to use it for health than just in tea.
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The above graphic shows some of the ways to use honey. I love the fact that Rice’s honey is 100% natural. I am very careful of what I put on my skin, or use for medicine. I don’t like products with a lot of preservatives or added colors.
Are you trying to cut out sugar in your diet? Replace up to one half of the granulated sugar called for in any recipe with honey. With a little experimenting, honey can replace all of the sugar in some recipes. Reduce the liquid called for in the recipe by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey used. Add 1/4 to 3/4 teaspoon baking soda for each cup of honey used in baking goods. Reduce oven temperature by 25° to prevent over-browning when honey is added.
What are your favorite uses for honey?
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