Coughs and Colds Getting You Down? It’s Honey Time

Cold-Remedy

Source: The Village Voice -  by KATHERINE KNOWLES

The last days of winter drag until the edge of spring, when New York’s farmers’ markets come alive again. With winter gasping its last chilly breaths, it’s time to appreciate the truest of nature’s preserves that got us through cold days: honey.

“Honey changes according to the season,” says Amilea Tremblay, of Tremblay Apiaries. Her father, Alan Tremblay, has been a Union Square Greenmarket regular with his honey and wax products for over twenty years.

“Springtime honey is a little lighter, fruitier,” she explains. “The flavor gets heavier and the color gets deeper as you get toward the fall. Honey doesn’t have a shelf life. It doesn’t perish. So you can eat different ones from different times and taste the seasons even in March.”

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Winfield Murray
18 May 2017
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Source: The Village Voice -  by KATHERINE KNOWLESThe last days of winter drag until the edge of spring, when New York’s farmers’ markets come alive again. With winter gasping its...
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