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And so the Sochi living accommodation stories at the Winter Olympics continue to roll in. Earlier we saw what the water situation was like at one hotel. And now ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted this pic of the honey he received in Sochi...

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Honey served in Sochi includes the bee (via @mattgutmanABC)
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Isn't this how John Hammond started Jurassic Park?
Filed Under: Winter Olympics


Having a bee isn't unusual and really it means it's unfiltered which is better because that means it has the pollen in it which is the reason to eat honey anyway. Many honey bought has water or corn syrup added and it superfiltered to remove pollen. Most is from China and is brought in to the US via third party countrys because China honey is illegal in US.
Reply31 months
How innovative. It makes the honey as you eat it. You'll never run out!
Reply31 months
Darren Rovell probably did that himself and tweeted it to get attention. Do we have any proof he's even AT Sochi?
Reply31 months
Actually this isn't that unusual if you visit honey farms and eat the fresh stuff. Its not the most desired outcome because they want the bees to live, but it happens.
Reply31 months
No. It was a mosquito and it was sap. Geez Larry get with the program.
Reply31 months
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