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I am new to the honey field so hello! We recently ( yesterday) removed a very large hive at my work, with the help of a friend that is a keeper (as a hobby) we had alot of brood mixed in with the honey comb- is this okay?? I strained all honey through a 6 layer set up of cheese cloth so no solids are in it. What my concern is the juices or remnants of the larvae and bees that died in the process is this a problem ?? Is the batch bad? what if anything can I do to clean it up? Dont really want to pasturize it but if necessary I will. Any info would be helpfull. The batch I have now is about 45lbs.
 

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ruthiesbees , thank you for the response. I was just concerned about the amount in this batch, there was quite a bit due to part of the hive collapsing, it was inside a spool of cable. The honey looks and tastes clean, just not sure how to store. Just bottle as normal? I guess
 
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