All honey hardens and crystallizes over time, but there is no need to throw it away. Here is a simple and quick way to bring honey back to its translucent , liquid state.
Alternatively , heat the opened jar in the microwave on high powder in 10 second increments, stirring in between, until it has liquified.
The flavor and color of honey is determined by the type of blossom from which the nectar is collected. Generally, the darker the color, the stronger the flavor.
Store honey in an airtight container in a dark dry place at room temperature. When stored at too cold temperature, honey may crystallizes.
To prevent the honey from sticking to a measuring cup or spoon:- Coat the utensil with cooking spray or dip it in a oil before measuring. Likewise to avoid sticky lids on honey jars, wipe the lid and rim of the jar clean with a hot, damp cloth.Then, spray some cooking spray on both the lid threads and the jar rim.