Sunday, August 1, 2010

Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Honey Review & Giveaway - (CLOSED)

"A Raw Product from the Wilderness


Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey comes from the frontier areas of Canada, and is only harvested during a 6-week period in the summer. Tropical Traditions is the exclusive source of this premium organic honey in the U.S. Most commercial honeys available on the market today come from bee farms, where the bees are controlled within a certain area and get their pollen from usually only one kind of flower. Many of the plants that produce these flowers (clover, orange blossom, etc.) are grown with pesticides and fertilizers as well. In addition, almost all honeys on the market are pasteurized in high heat and filtered, removing many of the beneficial nutrients and enzymes.


Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow (same temperatures the honey would see inside the hive). We select only premium honey that is pure, smooth and creamy, with the consistency of soft margarine at harvest. It contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed. It also contains pollen because it has not been filtered—merely screened.


Fine textured crystals are characteristic of totally pure, unheated, unprocessed, raw honey. Properly crystallized honey has a fine, smooth texture. Crystallized honey preserves natural goodness and doesn’t drip. The more rapidly honey crystallizes the finer the texture will be. It will also turn harder over time as it crystallizes. Truly raw honeys do not deteriorate with age, but like fine wines, continue to age and develop into more complex tastes.


Certified Organic Raw Honey from Canada


In order for honey to be certified organic, the beehives must be placed in isolated areas miles from the dense population, industry, traffic congestion, and farm fields treated with chemicals and landfills. Second, a bee’s flying range is determined by their natural instinct which tells them to stay within their natural four mile range from the hive location. Finding area which can be certified organic is extremely difficult, which is why there are so few certified organic honeys on the market. Tropical Traditions sources its honey from hives in the wild frontier areas of Canada.


These regions are a rich source of wild vegetation that produce some of the finest honey in the world. The USDA and Canadian Organic Certification implies a rigorous set of standards and conditions that must be adhered to by both the producer (beekeeper) and the packager. All aspects of the honey production including the source of the nectar, forage area of the bees, management of the bees, extracting process, transportation, “lot” management, processing temperature, integrity (no co-mingling with non-organic honey), screening, and, packaging materials, are taken into account in the certification process.


Try some, and we think you’ll agree that there is no finer honey in North America! Raw, organic, Canadian honey, available exclusively in the US through Tropical Traditions."

I was lucky enough to receive a 17.6 oz jar of Canadian Raw Honey from Tropical Traditions for review. This is great for baking! I have used it in some of my awesome recipes. Everything taste a bit better with honey.

My kids also loved Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Honey. They used it on some of their biscuits. It taste better than the honey you buy at the store. Most Tropical Traditions products do. Their is so much you can do with this awesome product.
Check this out! This is a recipe I found on the Tropical Traditions website called Honey Caramels with Chocolate, Almond and Coconut. You can use Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Honey to make this awesome yummy delight.

"The ingredients consist of:
1 cup honey
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1/2 cup coconut cream concentrate
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup sliced almonds
1/4 cup shredded, unsweetened coconut
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips or chopped chocolate chunks
Over medium-high heat in a saucepan, heat honey, cream, coconut cream concentrate, vanilla and salt.


Stir constantly using a whisk - mixture will bubble - you want it to bubble lightly - continue to stir until mixture reaches about 260 degrees on a candy thermometer.


Turn off heat and stir in almonds and coconut.


Grease 8×8 pan - pour in caramel mixture and allow to cool or put in refrigerator to cool faster.


Once cool, cut into desired shape and size and place on wax paper - melt chocolate and brush on top of caramels - allow chocolate to harden and they’re ready to eat!"

That sounds so yummy! Tropical Traditions only offers top quality products at awesome prices. This product is priced at $10.99 at their website. Tropical Traditions also offers many other awesome products at their website here.

Bonus: If you make a Purchase from Tropical Traditions all you have to do is put 5641399 in the referral spot and you will receive a complimentary copy of the book Virgin Coconut Oil by following the directions below:

1. Add the items you would like to purchase from the order form linked to Tropical Traditions. Visit www.healthybuyersclub.com/orderform.cfm

2. You'll be directed to the Order Form at the Tropical Traditions/Healthy Buyers Club website. You do not have to be a member or purchase a membership to buy from Tropical Traditions. Membership in the Healthy Buyers Club allows you to purchase in bulk amount at club member discounts if you choose to join. If you choose not to purchase a membership to the Healthy Buyers Club please order under the heading “Retail Sale Items”. This will enable you to purchase less than case amounts of any of the individual items without a membership.

3. Select the items you would like to purchase.

4. When you are ready to check out please click on the "Continue'' link which will take you to your shopping cart.

5. Review your order and then click on the "Check Out" button from your shopping cart.

6. Fill in your account information as directed. In the box: "How did you hear of us?'' you must select: "Referred by a friend'' on the drop down arrow. When you make this selection, a box for your sponsor's User ID number should appear if you are a first time customer.

7. Enter your sponsor's User ID number 5641399.

8. To complete your order click on "Save and Proceed to Checkout" at the bottom of this page and follow the instructions through the checkout process. You will receive an order number when you have successfully placed your order.

By following these steps, you will receive a complimentary copy of the book Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours! by Brian and Marianita Shilhavy. Your sponsor will receive a coupon for a complimentary gift to redeem on their next order. You may view the current complimentary gift being offered here: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com//referral_program.htm.

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241 comments:

  1. I'd love to have their Grass Fed Bison!

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  2. The Coconut Lime Tuna Steaks sounds good and the Brussel Sprouts in the picture look good too!

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  3. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions Newsletter with my hotmail address.

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  6. I would love to try the Coconut Cream.

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  7. I found a recipe for Coconut Banana Split Deconstructed that looks absolutely amazing. So simple to make yet so elegant. #1

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  8. I found a recipe for Coconut Banana Split Deconstructed that looks absolutely amazing. So simple to make yet so elegant. #2

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  9. I found a recipe for Coconut Banana Split Deconstructed that looks absolutely amazing. So simple to make yet so elegant. #3

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  10. I would love to try the Organis Coconut Peanut Butter.
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  13. i like the teeth cleaner myself.

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  16. coconut oil does not need to be kept in the refrigerator and it is not a source of omega 3 fatty acids. 1

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  17. 2 coconut oil does not need to be kept in the refrigerator and it is not a source of omega 3 fatty acids.

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  18. 3 coconut oil does not need to be kept in the refrigerator and it is not a source of omega 3 fatty acids.

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  19. I would love to have TT's Mosquito Repellent
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  20. I Love the "No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Coconut Oil Protein Bars" that I found on TT's recipe site.
    My husband asks me to make it weekly so that he has a healthy "to-go" snack.
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  21. I Love the "No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Coconut Oil Protein Bars" that I found on TT's recipe site. #2
    My husband asks me to make it weekly so that he has a healthy "to-go" snack.
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  22. I Love the "No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Coconut Oil Protein Bars" that I found on TT's recipe site. #3
    My husband asks me to make it weekly so that he has a healthy "to-go" snack.
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  23. I found out that we are supposed to consume 3.5 tablespoons of coconut oil a day.
    I also found out that coconut oil does not have to be refrigerated. #1
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  24. I found out that we are supposed to consume 3.5 tablespoons of coconut oil a day.
    I also found out that coconut oil does not have to be refrigerated. #2
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  25. I found out that we are supposed to consume 3.5 tablespoons of coconut oil a day.
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  31. I would love to have the Family Grain Mill.
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  32. the strawberry vanilla coconut smoothie looks divine!
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  33. 1. TT does not sell coconut milk but they do sell dried coconut from which you can make it yourself!
    2. TT does not sell young coconuts due to the high mold content they develop quickly...their advice is to go to a tropical place to eat them.
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  38. I would luv to try their Organic Stuffed Olives. Mmm.

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  39. The recipe I like is for the Strawberry Vanilla Coconut Smoothie. I love smoothies. This one sounds so healthy!

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  40. The recipe I like is for the Strawberry Vanilla Coconut Smoothie. I love smoothies. This one sounds so healthy!

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  41. The recipe I like is for the Strawberry Vanilla Coconut Smoothie. I love smoothies. This one sounds so healthy!

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  48. I'd like to try the Organic Coconut Peanut Butter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  54. I'd love to try the Classic Coconut Macaroons. #1

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  55. I'd love to try the Classic Coconut Macaroons. #2

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  56. I would like to try the Coconut peanut butter
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  57. I would love to try the Organic Dark Chocolate
    Peanut Butter!!! That sounds delicious!
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  58. I's like to make the Coconut Oil Pie Crust...now I have to figure out what the filling will be!
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  59. I's like to make the Coconut Oil Pie Crust...now I have to figure out what the filling will be!
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  60. I's like to make the Coconut Oil Pie Crust...now I have to figure out what the filling will be!
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  61. I learned that Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F., and below that it will be a solid fat. I also learned that a coconut can be classified as a nut, a fruit, and a vegetable in some form.
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  62. I learned that Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F., and below that it will be a solid fat. I also learned that a coconut can be classified as a nut, a fruit, and a vegetable in some form.
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  63. I learned that Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F., and below that it will be a solid fat. I also learned that a coconut can be classified as a nut, a fruit, and a vegetable in some form.
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  113. I'd love to have the Organic Dark Chocolate!

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  114. Their Coconut Chicken Finger Salad recipe sounds yummy!

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  115. #1 I found that Coconut oil is not a source of Omega 3 fatty acids.

    #2 I found that one can simply replace unhealthy oils in their diet with coconut oil.

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  116. I want to try the Dish Liquid.
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  117. I want to try the Coconut Shrimp and Rice Recipe.

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  118. I want to try the Coconut Shrimp and Rice recipe.

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  119. I want to the the Coconut Shrimp and Rice recipe.

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  129. I would like to experiment using Tropical Traditions Coconut Flour in the baking of coconut macaroons. Organic and gluten-free.

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  130. I have made the Simple and Delicious Popovers Recipe before. They are very airy and nice for filling.
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  147. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out.
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  148. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #2
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  149. They sell Pet Cod liver oil.

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  150. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #3
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  151. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #4
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  152. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #5
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  153. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #6
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  154. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #7
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  155. Pilgrim's Passion sounds interesting although I'm still not sure what it is - perhaps a dessert stew or pudding? Entry one.

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  156. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #8
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  157. Pilgrim's Passion sounds interesting although I'm still not sure what it is - perhaps a dessert stew or pudding? Entry two.

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  158. Pilgrim's Passion sounds interesting although I'm still not sure what it is - perhaps a dessert stew or pudding? Entry three.

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  159. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #9
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  160. I voted for you on top baby blogs. You are #118 with 45 votes and 70 visits out. #10
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  161. Two facts:

    1) As far as the comparison between the Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil (EPCO) and the VCNO, the EPCO still has the medium chain fatty acids/tryglicerides (MCTs) that are the major reason for the nutrient benefits of coconut oil. These are what studies say increase metabolism, support the immune system, etc.

    2) Commercial coconut milks and creams are generally sold in cans, or sometimes boxes and tetra packs. The main ingredient in these products is water. If the fat content is 17%, it is called “coconut milk.” If the fat content is 24%, it is called “coconut cream.”

    Entry one.

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  162. Two facts:

    1) As far as the comparison between the Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil (EPCO) and the VCNO, the EPCO still has the medium chain fatty acids/tryglicerides (MCTs) that are the major reason for the nutrient benefits of coconut oil. These are what studies say increase metabolism, support the immune system, etc.

    2) Commercial coconut milks and creams are generally sold in cans, or sometimes boxes and tetra packs. The main ingredient in these products is water. If the fat content is 17%, it is called “coconut milk.” If the fat content is 24%, it is called “coconut cream.”

    Entry two.

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  163. Two facts:

    1) As far as the comparison between the Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil (EPCO) and the VCNO, the EPCO still has the medium chain fatty acids/tryglicerides (MCTs) that are the major reason for the nutrient benefits of coconut oil. These are what studies say increase metabolism, support the immune system, etc.

    2) Commercial coconut milks and creams are generally sold in cans, or sometimes boxes and tetra packs. The main ingredient in these products is water. If the fat content is 17%, it is called “coconut milk.” If the fat content is 24%, it is called “coconut cream.”

    Entry three.

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  166. The coconut vinegar sounds interesting!

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  167. TRopical Traditions also makes and sells Natural Soaps. I liked their Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Natural Soap, and would love to try it.
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  168. Two facts I learnt on the Tropical Traditions site are that the Coconut Water contained within the coconut is filled with nutrients! I always used to throw it out! Wow, never again! The other thing I learnt, is that they use this water to make a nutritious vinegar, and even have some terrific recipes using it!

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  174. I am a FB fan of Tropical Traditions.

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  175. 2 Two facts: The coconut water within the coconut is extremely nutritious. I always used to throw it out!
    Tropical traditions makes a vinegar from this coconut water and uses it in recipes that are also on the site, like the Coconut BBQ Sauce.

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  176. 3 Two facts I learnt: the coconut 'water' within a coconut is loaded with nutrients that are also very beneficial to humans.
    This coconut'water' is made into a very healthy and nutritious vinegar that Tropical Traditions sells and even posts recipes for, such as the BBQ sauce.

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  183. 1. One of the interesting recipes I found on this site used the Coconut Water Vinegar as well as their honey to make a delicious sounding Coconut BBQ Sauce. I will have to try it!

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  184. 2. The Coconut Water Vinegar is such a unique ingredient I had to research it further. There are several recipes listed using it, but the one that sounded most yummy and appropriate for this season, was their Coconut BBQ SAuce submitted by Karen.

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  185. 3. Coconut Water BBQ Sauce recipe submitted by Karen sounds delicious and quite unique. It uses the Tropical Traditions honey and coconut water vinegar. This vinegar sounds so unique, I really will have to try it. The honey sounds absolutely to die for, and would really like to win this jar of Tropical Traditions honey! Thank you for hosting this delicious giveaway.

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  186. Buckwheat Buttermilk Pancake Mix - yum!
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  187. From the Organic food section, I'd love to try their organic swiss chocolate. Also, I saw the organic skin exfoliator on the website that looks great! lucillemcg27@yahoo.com

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  188. I would love to try the Organic Coconut Peanut Butter.

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  189. The Coconut Blondies with Almonds and Dates recipe sounds yummy. #1

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  190. The Coconut Blondies with Almonds and Dates recipe sounds yummy. #2

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  191. The Coconut Blondies with Almonds and Dates recipe sounds yummy. #3
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