Year 2020 was a year to forget for many. It changed the way we think, work, interact and consume. All of a sudden, the world started to search for immunity boosters, something to protect ourselves from this deadly virus.
In our family the quest of finding the real food is a continuous process. Going to the organic markets or connecting with farmers directly, food has become our religion. Our thumb rule is to buy directly from the source or erase it from our consumption list. Looks like extreme but it is serving us right and providing the benefit to source / farmers / tribal directly. Alas our quest for “REAL HONEY” didn’t see the light of the day.
They say “What you seek, is seeking you”.
It was just a stroke of luck when I was exchanging our lockdown woes over a video call with my younger sister and my eyes met a jar of honey on her kitchen shelf…She had recently shifted to Hasimara and Jaldapara where MURMU Adivasis inhabit the forest. She had directly purchased the honey from the Adivasis.
We also pounced upon this opportunity and ordered honey without delay. It did take eons to reach us, but boy I was overwhelmed. The honey was runny in consistency and the pollens were visible. Each spoonful dazzled our palate like no other. We could feel the forest in every spoon. Using our senses and instincts we could make out the quality of honey. Well there was one more thing which sealed the deal: my kids were having mild cough and it got completely cured because of the honey consumption.
Call it inquisitiveness, quest of real honey coupled with ample of free time in lockdown, we embarked on this journey. We gifted honey to our near and dear ones to combat the corona scare. The honey rapidly became everyone’s favourite. And the chain reaction started...
What I have in hand is “LIQUID GOLD”. An authentic raw, unpasteurized, unheated, forest honey.
AND ALL GOOD THINGS MUST BE SHARED.
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