De-Crystallizing (Melting) Raw Honey

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This tip comes from Tiffany Perez’ cookbook, At Tiffany’s Table.

When melting raw honey, put it into a glass jar, place in a pan of water and turn on stove to LOWEST temperature possible. Heat and stir until melted. This should stay liquid for about 1 month, if it lasts that long. Raw honey should not be heated above 117 degrees Fahrenheit to keep the integrity of the enzymes.

Thanks, Tiffany! It is good to know how to maintain raw honey’s healthfulness, while making it smooth and liquid again.

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