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Duane Clark will have cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, peppers, kale, beef and yak meat, local honey, beeswax, salsa and jams.
Grab a nutrient-rich product like Mayron’s Goods’ Feet Cream, which soothes and softens skin with shea butter, beeswax, Vitamin E, calendula, and more.
During his presentation, Brandts, who has served as the White House beekeeper since 2009 and under two presidents, demonstrated how to carve the layer of beeswax off the honeycomb frame and then put the frame in an extractor, which churns out honey.
This crème will make your drying time three times faster thanks to beeswax.
The wreck, named for the large lumps of beeswax that have been found scattered along the coast for the past two centuries, is believed to be a Spanish galleon that wrecked in the late 1600s.
Along with beeswax, which researchers say beachgoers can still find, the ship is also thought to have been transporting porcelain and other luxury items.
And it is made in the ancient way: The grapes, indigenous to Georgia, are fermented in qvevri, clay amphora-like vessels lined with beeswax and buried in the earth.
Mrs. Putnam lashes out, saying Serena should mind her own beeswax and pay more attention to her own husband.
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: wax made by bees that is used for making candles and other products
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