Before the invention of the honey extractor almost all honey produced was in the form of comb honey. Today, most honey is produced for extraction but comb honey remains popular among consumers both for eating 'as is' and for combining with extracted honey to make Chunk Honey. Hobbyists and sideliners can best develop their beekeeping skills by producing comb honey.
A difficult to find product, this is Serbia's most popular acacia honey with a chunk of honeycomb dipped in for good measure. The comb, itself, is completely edible and non-toxic. In fact, its buttery texture is great to use instead of butter over waffles and pancakes.