West Australian Jarrah Honey

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Serving Size 15 g

  Average Quantity
Per Serving
Average Quantity
Per 100 g
 
Energy210 kJ1400 kJ
Protein<0.1 g0.3 g
 
Fat, total0 g0 g
- saturated0 g0 g
Carbohydrates12.3 g82.1 g
- sugars12.3 g82.1 g
 
Sodium2 mg14 mg

INGREDIENTS

Pure Jarrah Honey. Preservative Free.

 

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ALLERGENS

This product contains Pollen. May also contain traces of other allergens due to possible cross contamination.

Product Origin

Product of Australia


West Australian Jarrah Honey

$4.99/100g

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This raw 100% Jarrah honey is from the Boddington Shire in Western Australia, where beekeeper Wayne has spent many years carefully tending to the hives.

Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) honey is valued for its naturally high antimicrobial properties. It is a great source of antibiotics and antioxidants.

While this honey is delicious in beverages and raw or cooked recipes, research has also found that Jarrah honey can aid in the healing of minor wounds and burns. And it is great for soothing a sore throat.

This honey has a mild caramel flavour and a light herbaceous aroma. It contains no preservatives or additives of any kind and has been extracted and processed at a maximum temperature of 30oC to maintain its natural goodness.

Jarrah honey does not crystalise due to the higher fructose content, and lower glucose, than many other honey varieties.


How to Use:

Raw honey is a delicious sweetener in hot beverages, especially herbal or black teas. It can also be dissolved in a little warm water and added to iced tea.

Enjoy honey at breakfast time drizzled on porridge, muesli or yoghurt, on toast, crumpets or pancakes. Honey is also yummy in smoothies, particularly green leaf blends. Use it in raw food recipes including chia puddings, Acai bowls, slices and super balls.

In home-baked goodies replace sugar with honey in biscuit, muffin, bread and cake recipes. Honey is scrumptious in marinades and sauces; with tofu or tempeh; and is wonderful for basting roasts and baked hams, or drizzled over baked carrots and sweet potato. A little honey can be used to give sweetness to soups, stir-fries and hotpots. It is also great in salad dressings – especially with mustard.

To use Jarrah honey for minor wounds or burns, apply a small amount to a piece of sterilised gauze and cover the area. Change the dressing once or twice a day. Of course, for more serious injuries, or if the condition becomes worse, seek medical advice.

Storage:
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Shelf Life:
Up to 3 years when stored as above. See Best Before date.

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Product: #84300