The Unique Properties of Honey as Related to Its Application in Food Processing
Honey is a natural ingredient. Nowadays, when natural foods are so valued, this is very significant.
As opposed to the common belief, honey is not particularly calorie rich.
Honey contains many important nutritional values, like minerals and vitamins.
Honey has an important role in natural health care. It has potential in prevention and treatment of certain diseases.
Honey can serve many functions in cooking like browning (especially with microwave). It is an excellent bonding material and an ideal base for sauces.
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