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 Is beeswax edible?

Answer Beeswax is an element found in the natural production of the honeycomb. It is edible and has a chewy constancy. Thousands of years ago, it was mainly a medical remedy; today, candles and cosmetics ... Read More »
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What printers can be used with edible ink for edible images?

I worked at a grocery store deli that made the kind of images you are talking about for cakes. They just used a cheap cannon color ink jet printer with the special ink and paper that is needed. Did... Read More »
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How to Tell If a Wild Berry Is Edible or Non-Edible?

Many berries that grow in the wild are tasty and harmless if eaten. If you are on a hiking trip or camping in the wild, and stumble upon a bush full of luscious looking berries, you may be tempted... Read More »
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About Beeswax?

Beeswax is a by-product of the bee pollination process. It is found in hundreds of different products: cosmetics and beauty products, crayons, paints, medicinal ointments, furniture waxes and fill... Read More »
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What is beeswax used for?

Beeswax is the hard wax collected from a bee's honeycomb. It is used in many consumer products, including candles, cosmetics, candy, dental floss and furniture polish. It's also used to bind dreadl... Read More »
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