The process of honey-making begins when bees collect pollen from flowers. The changes begin to take place once the enzymes produced naturally by the bee convert the sucrose from the pollen into fructose and glucose (disaccharides converted to monosaccharides). Moisture begins to evaporate as well (thanks to the bees’ flapping wings), and the product is stored in honeycombs sealed with wax. By the end of the process, the final product (honey) contains only 14 to 18 percent water.
Do you know if we can find and collect honey in the wild?
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