What Mark said.
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As far as I know, there isn't any real organic honey. Here, varroa mites are so widespread that if you didn't treat for them, you'd have no bees but I don't know how bad they are in other areas (my dad kept bees for years and I dabbled in beekeeping for many years until work got too busy to do it properly).
Organic honey? Bees forage in up to a two mile radius from the hive. That's over 2000 acres. How do you certify that every nectar source within a two mile radius is organic?
I would not trust any honey labeled organic. But that's just the beekeeper in me.
Jimmy, the buck a meeting model seems like a great idea as long as the majority of your costs are meeting related such as cups, water, crackers, etc. For a club like ours, I think it breaks down when money is spent as a benefit to the club over a long term. Another example would be throwing a big party or picnic for the club using club funds. Someone who came to one meeting and spent a dollar could come to the party the following week and consume $20 worth of food and drink. It's an extreme example, but mostly realistic IMHO.
Lamb Burger with greek tzatziki sauce on a kaiser roll with fresh rosemary fries.
am I mistaken or is that a twelve pack of cheep beer on the bottom shelf?
Must keep that cheap beer fresh.
I think that is actually "butter".