Hollie Maea: Less known is that sago also doesn't go bad. When it is first processed, within a day or so it starts smelling like it's spoiled. But that's it. It doesn't go bad (the smell goes away when it is cooked). It can be left unrefrigerated for long periods of time in tropical areas in which pretty much everything immediately rots.
wb1gjk: PainfulItching: Just remember, a lot of what you buy as honey isn't real honey. Corn syrup everywhere. If you get a local supplier or from a farmer's market or the like, all the better.The stay fresh rule does not apply if the honeycomb is included, IIRC.Uh...nope. Makes no difference if honey is in comb form, as long as it is sealed away from moisture. Honey in the comb may granulate, just as the extracted/bottled version, but it is still perfectly good honey.
Nick Nostril: Bullshiat. Bourbon doesn't go bad either.
Spiralmonkey: ciberido: 42_42_42: From the article:But honey crystallizes most quickly at temperatures of between 50 and 59 °F. So, if you want to avoid having to heat your honey to remove crystals (apparently slow, indirect heat is best for that, by the way), avoid the refrigerator.Who the fark is keeping their refrigerator this warm?The British?Why would that be?
santadog: I know that no one can claim organic honey.
Finger51: . I like the tumbler because then you can see all the little bastards at the bottom. few drops of dish soap and any kind of vinegar.
Gyrfalcon: stamped human bacon: PacManDreaming: MaudlinMutantMollusk: It's bee sh*t pukeFTFYIt's closer to chewing something up and spitting it out as it never goes into the bee's digestive stomach./my $.02The more I learn about honey, the less I WANT TO KNOW, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
Jon iz teh kewl: neither does Marmite.
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