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You Can't Call Honey "Honey" Unless It's Actually Honey, Honey! Find Out The New Definition For The Sweet Treat HERE!

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The FDA has mandated that honey can only be called honey if it doesn't have any added sweeteners!

When it comes to food and how it's labeled, it'd be nice to know we can believe everything we read is 100% true.

The FDA is now cracking down on honey to make sure labeling stays true!

They've announced that manufacturers can't call their product "honey" anymore if it contains any

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Chobani Yogurt Releases UnBEARable Super Bowl Ad! Watch HERE!

Filed under: TV NewsFootballSuper BowlCuteness!Bear

Chobani yogurt has released their Super Bowl XLVIII ad and it’s pretty dern cute! And a bit terrifying!

If you wanna see what happens when a bear tears apart a small country store for some yogurt, well, then this one's for you!!!

Of course, we'd do the same for some delicious honey flavored greek yogurt too.

Side note: Why isn’t the yogurt refrigerated… it was just sitting there on a shelf.

We’re pretty sure that stuff would be spoiled within a matter of hours.

Either way, the commercial (above) is cute so you should check it out!!

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Drown Your Meat In This Simple And Delicious 4th Of July BBQ Sauce!!

Filed under: FoodRecipesMariko Amekodommo

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Happy 4th of July! I'm looking forward to a day by the pool, and some action on the grill. BBQ is one of my favorite foods in the entire world, so here is a BBQ sauce recipe that can be ready in minutes without the preservatives and fake ingredients of the store bought brands. Customize your sauce by adding a splash of hot sauce, garlic, liquid smoke - or even whiskey!

1 cup ketchup
1/4 sweetener (brown sugar, molasses, honey or agave)
1 Tbsp mustard (I like a super spicy dijon)
1 Tbsp worcestershire sauce

Add all ingredients to small saucepan over medium heat, and stir until combined. Bring to a boil, and continue stirring until all ingredients are dissolved and reduced (about 5-10 minutes). Use as a marinade or dipping sauce for your favorite meat, and enjoy!

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World's First Live Tweeting Badger!!

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The Johannesburg Zoo has been trying to think of ways to get people more interested in their animals.

So they decided to get involved in social media, but they didn't want to hire an expensive team of experts or anything.

What did they do to solve this problem?

They hired their honey badger, named BG, to live tweet about what he was doing throughout the day.

He lives in a special enclosure that has motion sensors that trigger tweets about whatever BG is specifically doing at that moment!

It's such an AH-mazing idea, why didn't we think of it with Teddy Hilton? Oh, wait we did! LOLz! JK!

Check out the video (above) to meet BG the live tweeting badger!!

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Foodie Amy Castle Introduces Us To Bee FREE Honee That's Made Of Apples!!

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Huh?!?

Have you ever wanted an option for honey that didn't come from bees, but still tasted the same as the real deal???

Welp, if you have, then you're in luck because What's Amy Eating host/foodie, Amy Castle just introduced us to Bee Free Honee, which is made from apples and was accidentally created by chef, Katie Sanchez when she was just trying to make apple jelly.

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Honey Has More Benefits That You Can Believe!

Filed under: FoodHealthLisa DeFazio

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Humans have been hunting for honey for at least 8,000 years as depicted by cave paintings in Valencia, Spain. Here, on rock etchings, two hunters are shown collecting honey from a honeycomb in a wild bee nest. In ancient Egypt, honey was not only used as a pastry sweetener, but also for embalming the dead and for offerings to, Min, the fertility god of Egyptians.

Fast forward to today. Is Honey really that good for your honey? Of course it is! Following are just a few of the many health benefits reported in the literature for this busy bee’s, natural sweetener:

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Winnie The Pooh Bears Break Into Washington Honey Farm

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Bad bears….BAD!!!

A pair of naughty bears broke into a honey farm in Washington and made off with 1200 bucks of product.

The Ballard Bee Company reported that the bears broke two of their hives while they stole the honey.

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