How to Decrystallize Honey in a Plastic Container

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How to Decrystallize Honey in a Plastic Container – Have you picked up the pearl and realized that the honey was all laced with a strange look? This means that your honey is pure and has only undergone a transformation of the state due to the humidity of the air or the low temperature.

If this happened to your honey, do not worry, because it has not lost its properties and its nutrients; And we’ll teach you to decristalize the honey to get back to the original texture, meaning nothing to play the honey crystallized off, okay?

How to Decrystallize Honey in a Plastic Container

 

How to Decrystallize Honey in a Plastic Container

See the step by step how to decrystallize honey:

1st. If the honey is inside a plastic pot, you need to transfer it to a glass jar.

2nd. Place the uncovered honey pot inside a pan with two fingers of water.

3rd. Bring the pan over low heat. This process is the famous “Bath-maria”.

4th. Leave it on for a few minutes, until the honey turns liquid without any piece of glass. But do not let the water from the pot boil.

5th. Turn off the heat and with a heat glove, take the pot and place it in a bowl with some of the hot water from the pan.

6th. If the honey cools quickly, it will crystallize again. So let the honey cool down with the water, slowly.

7th. Once the honey has cooled, cover the pot again and store it in a place where the temperature does not fluctuate.

And so your honey will return to normal.

Try to store the honey in a place that does not suffer from temperature fluctuations, such as near the window or near electro-portable, so that your honey does not crystallize again.

 

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