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  1. This is so helpful! We don’t have our own bees yet but I hope to someday. For now we buy from a local Farm in bulk and I try to store it over the winter.

  2. I think it’s so awesome that you sell your own honey! And these are great tips for storing it. We have honey regularly. In fact, having some right now with my ginger tea this evening!

  3. This is such a helpful article! We don’t keep bees right now and get our honey in bulk from Azure Standard. Thanks for the tips on how to store it properly.

  4. What a great article! Thanks for the tips on how to store honey properly. We buy our honey in bulk from Azure Standard. This is a great resource so our honey won’t spoil!

  5. Tiffany McCoy says:

    Honey has always bee so fascinating to me! Such good info for when I eventually get honey bees!

  6. I had no idea you can freeze honey! Brilliant! We should be harvesting honey very soon over here. Cannot wait 🙂

  7. Adowa Koren says:

    Thank you very much for writing and sharing your article it’s helped me with my infusions creations ans a better understanding of the honey storage. What I would like to learn is there different grades of honey and if infusions made with spices and herbs add more properties or subtract to the base honey

    1. I infuse garlic into my honey. As far as I know it doesn’t subtract from the base value of the honey. I think it’s more of a concern when the honey is heated over 140°. O personally try to never heat my honey unless its in cooking.