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Friday, July 15, 2011

Bee Free Honee Review and Giveaway 8/1

Bee Free Honee is the brain-child of Katie Sanche.
One day in 1999, while trying to make a less sweet version of apple jelly and being a novice with jelly, Katie accidentally created something that was definitely not jelly.  Not wanting to be wasteful, she 'canned' it only to discover in the morning, that what she had was honee!
Bee Free Honee is made in Minnesota and using strictly Midwest apples.  The bottles and caps are from Stillwater, MN, the boxes from Golden Valley, MN, and the printing is done in Minneapolis. Living right here in Minnesota,I was super excited to sample this. As I never even knew that it was made right here~I immediately made some toast so I could try the Honee and let me tell you this stuff is Awesome! I can't believe that is tastes so much like honey.I found my new spread for my toast. It would also be good on french toast,pancakes,waffles and in tea hot and cold! I plan to use it in place of everything that I use the other honey in..

It is made using only three all natural ingredients, apple, pure cane sugar, and lemon juice. There is nothing artificial, no added color and no corn syrup. So~I can feel good about giving this to my grandchildren too! 

You can find Bee Free Honee Here and on Facebook 

   *~Giveaway~* 
2 Readers Will Win A Bottle of Bee Free Honee of their own!!




16 comments:

  1. Bee Free Honee can be used in BBQ sauces
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  2. I learned that the image of the apple tree, the product logo, is an original painting by the owners sister. Thanks for the giveaway!
    dana10879@yahoo.com

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  3. oops i was fascinated by the sister painting the logo

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  4. to be haha honest just the process and beefree- never knew this

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  5. Woo Hoo- I learned I can buy it from Amazon :D

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  6. I learned is nationally sold via amazon

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  7. I learned they have recipes on their website.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  8. It is good for those allergic to traditional honey.
    jednc @ hotmail. com

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  9. I learned it's good for vegans

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  10. I learned that it's based out of Minneapolis, MN and you can buy it on Amazon.
    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. I learned how to make a recipe for "Apple Honey Granola" It sounds delicious!!
    mruble38@gmail.com

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  12. I learned that it is vegan, and there is no fear of Botulism.

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  13. I learned that you can buy it through amazon, and it looks super tasty!
    blue65829 at aol dot com

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  14. I learned that the owners of Bee free Honee strive to keep things local and as green as possible.

    Lisa G.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  15. I learned that Bee Free Honee started out with a website, a distributor, and three stores that carried her product.

    iceofhearts at hotmail dot com

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  16. The form closed early..
    Small Children, as there is no fear of Botulism.

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