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Magazine F: HONEY, No. 8

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In this issue, F takes a close look at the relationships between honeybees and humans, honey and flowers, as well as the delicate harmonies that can be achieved through these relationships.

We need to look more closely at honey since it is an ingredient created through an exchange between plants and animals. Bees get food from flowers, flowers get pollinated by bees, and humans get honey — all of which makes up a story of circulation. This is the story covered by this issue of F. We hope it shapes viewpoints on food an ingredients. Many of our readers who pick up this issue because they are interested in honey as a food ingredient welcome to think about coexistence on earth after reading it. — Suyong Joh, Publisher

TABLE OF CONTENTS

AWAKENING
The crisis of honeybees in the media
HONEY ISLAND
Pierre Carli : A traditional Corsican beekeeper rearing queen bees himself
Alain Valentini : An entrepreneur promoting Corsican honey with premium honey products and partnerships with renowned cosmetics brands

IN CORSICA
Art’è Gustu, a gastronomic festival focused on Corsican culinary culture

ALL ABOUT BEES
Facts about the ecosystem of honeybees, the most fascinating creatures in the world

ACADEMIC MANUAL
Stories about honey from historical events and traditional beekeeping practices to the latest trends

URBAN BEEKEEPING
The status quo of urban beekeeping across business, welfare, and public benefits

INTERVIEW
Fabio Bragagnolo : A chef who infuses local Corsican specialties and culinary culture into classic French and Italian dishes
Michael Bartocetti: A pastry chef who creates top-quality desserts with a curious combination of ingredients

F CUT
Moments that capture symbiotic relationships between bees and honey plants

INTERVIEW
Tamara Kotevska & Ljubomir Stefanov : Co-directors of Honeyland, a documentary that raises profound questions about sustainability

Hatidze Muratova : The main cast of Honeyland, who says bees are her family and lifeline

BEEKEEPERS
Urban beekeepers who seek lifestyle changes and meaning through looking after bees

ON THE TABLE
An array of creative recipes showcasing the many ways honey can jazz up food

RETAIL
Special shops that seek to diversity with premium products

MARKET
Honey and other related products consumed for a variety of purposes

REFERENCES
Books and movies recommended by honey producers and experts