It was The Bee’s Knees yesterday. Today, it’s honey. To get you into the mood, have a listen to this racy little number

Now, let’s reach for the honey.

Honey just never goes bad. That’s because when those busy little bees are flapping their wings to turn the nectar into honey, excess moisture is drawn out. That, and a bee enzyme, creates a substance in which bacteria and other bugs don’t grow. Which is why they found edible honey in some of the ancient Egyptian tombs.

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