Milk and Honey

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The original expression, "a land flowing with milk and honey", is a reference in the Hebrew Bible to the agricultural abundance of the Land of Israel. The phrase is used in the Book of Exodus during Moses' vision of the burning bush.[3:1–22]

Milk and Honey may also refer to:


See also[edit]

  • Scaphism, an execution method which includes the victim being fed milk and honey.