After contact with factory waste, it was found that French bees produced what Huge number of cookbooks for cooking with?
Answer: Green Honey
In the summer of 2012, French beekeepers were alarmed to find that their beehives were filled with dazzling honey. It was found that comb for comb was filled with bright blue, green, red and yellow honey. All shades were far too far away from the simple sunshine-like amber tone one would expect from freshly collected honey.
An investigation of the matter revealed that the honey was completely unadulterated except for food colors. In particular, the type of food colorants used for coloring sweets and soda. Further investigation revealed that the dye source was a nearby factory that processed the waste from an M & M chocolate factory in the area. The wise bees had somehow found their way into the waste stream produced by the factory and happily scrounged (albeit lazily) as much of the colorful remnants as possible.