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there is nothing wrong with your honey, honey that behaves that way is showing it's higher quality. You can use it as is, it will melt when you cook with it. It makes an excellent spread as is (such as on toast), and yes it will last that way for decades and even centuries if it's sealed properly. If you really must reqliquify it, then just place the jar in ...


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According to this answer, honey should be stored at 70-80 degrees Farenheit (described as room temperature, though that's warmer than many rooms I've been in). I used to store my tea honey in a cabinet that's on an outside wall, and I've seen less crystalization since moving it to a cabinet on an inside wall. That said, I still get some crystalization, ...



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