Nothing could be closer to nature than honey still nestled in the beeswax honeycomb where the bees put it. These particular boxes were placed inside the hive and the bees attached their beeswax directly to the bottom, drawing out about 1″ of honeycomb and filling it with the golden nectar.
But how do I eat honey in the comb? One favorite way is by the spoonful, chew the wax like candy, and spit it out when the flavor is gone. It is also safe to swallow, although indigestible. You can spread it on warm toast, scones, or biscuits and let the wax melt. Pair it with cheese and fruit for a party tray or elegant snack. Add it to a salad with crumbled goat cheese. Fold it into batter for pancakes, waffles, and scones. Add it to ice cream as a topping with crunchy little wax bits. The ways you can eat honey in the comb are limited only by your imagination.
Each 4″ x 4″ x 1.38″ plastic box contains at least 11 oz of honeycomb.