Raw Honey vs Creamed Honey

by Elvina
(North Vancouver, BC)

Hi Angela,

Do the Dutchman's Gold Raw Honey and Creamed Honey have the same health benefits? I have tried both now, and both are delicious! The creamed honey's creamy texture is a little more versatile to use.

As for any parents out there, I have been incorporating Durchman's Gold honey into my (27 months old) toddler's diet with great success. I use honey on pancakes and French toast instead of syrup. I add honey to plain yogurt instead of getting flavored yogurt. And I am also adding about 5-8 drops if the water base propolis tincture to my son's morning cereal with milk.

Thank you for your time Angela,
a North Vancouver Mom

Hi Elvina,
Glad to hear that you are enjoying our products! As for the health benefits of raw honey versus creamed, they will be pretty similar but the raw honey will contain a few more of the natural components of the hive due to less filtration. It is likely that the raw product will result in greater overall health benefits as a result, but only marginally.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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Oct 24, 2018
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Raw creamed honey NEW
by: Anonymous

Yes you can have creamed honey with all the value that raw honey has. I make it with my own raw honey without pasturizing it. Never heat honey over 117f. You end up with just sweetener. I can add a natural starter to my raw, strained-not filtered honey or later I can. Heat my raw honey to a safe 105f temp if I didn’t add starter when harvested.Then add 1oz creamed raw honey to 10 oz of my other honey. Do not microwave or heat honey from your local beekeeper. You’ll ruin our bees hardwork and heeling properties.

Apr 22, 2018
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Medicinal value of honey
by: Anonymous

the worst thing is that most of the honey we eat is processed honey. Processed honey are made by filtering and heated after collection of honey because of that it loses its purity. On the other hand raw honey is more effective and healthy for human body compare to processed honey. Raw honey is unfiltered and unpasteurized, it maintain its healthy nutrition.

Mar 12, 2018
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Creamed Raw Honey
by: Andrew

I think there is a little bit of false information floating around. You can have creamed honey, you can have raw honey, and you can have creamed raw honey. I have a jar of organic creamed raw honey on my desk. As one commenter pointed out, creamed is just a fancy way of saying crystallized honey although the crystals are much finer then you'd see than if you left your honey out. How do you make creamed honey? add a bit of creamed honey to any honey and it will start crystallizing with the same small crystals a creamed honey.

Mar 01, 2017
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What is creamed honey?
by: Liz

Hi, my name is Liz. I have only recently heard of creamed honey. I was a little confused on your last comment about the creamed honey. I was under the impression that creamed honey is just raw honey that's crystalization process has been sped up to creat small crystal formations, giving it the creamy texture. Can you clarify this for me? Thanks!

It really depends on the creaming process used by the manufacturer meaning how much heat did they use and to what temperature. Also, how much filtration was used and what compounds were removed from the raw honey. It is possible to make a raw 'creamed honey' but it is also possible to make it 'not raw.' Just depends on the processing. That being said, in my experience, most creamed honey is not raw.

Jan 12, 2017
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is creamed truly raw?
by: Anonymous

I'm on a strict diet that allows no nightshade veggies, gluten, lactose, etc. Raw honey is the only sweetener my doctor says I can use. Is creamed honey raw or do I need to strictly use "raw"?
Thank you,


Creamed honey is not raw. You'd want to use a pure Raw Honey like the Dutchman's Gold Raw Honey.

Angela

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