Re: Testing oxalic acid in honey
Originally Posted by msl
While spinach/chard and the like contain OA amounts to not be concerned about, brood comb honey/perga after who knows how much OA inputs are of questionable food value if not outright toxic.
So it turns out I harvest exactly that for food - brood comb honey and perga.
OA just does not belong there in my beekeeping model.
Well, looks like from above, no one is even concerned about OA accumulations in perga (especially perga for sale).
Former "smoker boy". Classic, square 12 frame Dadants >> Long hive/Short frame/chemical-free experimentations.