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PEPteach 01-18-2021 02:32 PM

Honey question
 
I bought some local honey at an Apple orchard in September. I forgot about it till recently. Now itís hard... not just crystallized, but downright solid. Can I save it somehow? It wasnít cheap!

Munchkins 01-18-2021 02:37 PM

Hot water
 
You can put the closed honey container in a bowl or pot of hot water. That should soften it up.

I bet itís delicious!

BaconNeggz 01-18-2021 02:45 PM

Quote:

It wasnít cheap!
Good quality honey never is! I usually get mine from Thrive Market. Those prices are the best I've seen for good quality honey.

lisa53 01-18-2021 03:01 PM

Yes, local honey is the best! Like the PP said, you can just immerse the jar in a pot of hot water and it will reliquify.

I am fortunate to know three beekeepers within a mile of my home...so I get truly local honey! Their bees are probably in my gardens. I wonít even buy from the next town over...I am a local honey snob.

PEPteach 01-18-2021 03:12 PM

Awesome, I will try that. Thanks everyone! :)

Jasmine2010 01-18-2021 04:38 PM

My husband is a beekeeper. Put the jar in a crockpot of water on low for a couple of hours. Do not microwave as this destroys the good properties.

tia 01-18-2021 05:54 PM

annnnnnnd....honey NEVER expires!

happygal 01-18-2021 05:58 PM

Sunny spot
 
If you have one, the sun's heat will fix it.

PEPteach 01-18-2021 07:21 PM

Wow, this is all really helpful! Never would have thought of the crock pot or the sun. If the sun ever comes out ;). And I never knew that it never expires!

happygal 01-19-2021 12:42 AM

The trick
 
Is to never contaminate your honey. Always use a clean utensil. Also buy small containers. It's a miracle food in many ways. Helps allergies, many benefits.


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