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    Ok no one is replying in the Kitchen sub forum I have a question about Honey and if its ok to use raw honey not the processed from the stores? If so is it the same amount used as the processed in stores? I want to make the baked apples for supper but only have raw honey from a friend.

    #2
    It's fine and there is no conversion. The only thing you really have to watch out for is the change in flavor profile. You might have to change your spices up a bit to work better with the honey.

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      #3
      Ty Azercord I wasn't sure cuz I know that with sugar substitutes or even a different type of sugar you need to change the amount you use.

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        #4
        Honey does change a little bit but it is fairly stable, it would be hard to guess on the sugar content change though but it is usually a safe bet to just go with honey is honey

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          #5
          Honey has amazing benefits too I use it as a cough syrup sooths the throat and the cough.

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            #6
            Local raw honey can help w mild seasonal alergies, also. It functions almost like a vaccine.

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              #7
              Lol Ill remember that. I cant take regular allergy medicine for my seasonal allergies because I get the runny nose side effect and my allergies present as a running nose.

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                #8
                Originally posted by DustyQOTF View Post
                Lol Ill remember that. I cant take regular allergy medicine for my seasonal allergies because I get the runny nose side effect and my allergies present as a running nose.
                Even with 1st Gen antihistamines?

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                  #9
                  whats 1st Gen antihistamines? I know I cant take Allegra or Claratin or Benedyl all those aggravate my allergies more.

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                    #10
                    Allegra/claritin are 2nd gens, Benadryl is 1st Gen.

                    1st gens are sedating while newer (2nd gen) ones not so much.

                    Welp that sucks.

                    What about like guaifienesen​? Sudafed?



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                      #11
                      same has benedyl

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                        #12
                        'rin Or you are like a friend of mine and eating the wrong honey (with the wrong pollen in it) gives you a stuffed nose and swollen eyes).

                        The only real difference in different kinds of honey is the water content, but if you exchange liquid honey for liquid honey you'll be fine. However the solid honey that my parents-in-law make would be a bit more difficult to use, especially in terms of stirring.
                        Also forest honey has a different taste from variety flower honey, both of which are much more intense and aromatic than rape honey, which is more creamy and mild.

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