A Cottage in Clarkville


Honey Creaming
June 3, 2010, 8:51 am
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As we had been warned would happen, our honey that we still have went hard and became quite crystallised. We finally got around to creaming some, which wasn’t as technical as I thought. I put about 2 litres of hard honey into a pot and warmed it over a very low heat (using electricity this time!) and stirred and stirred and stirred. We added one tablespoon of already creamed honey which apparently ensures that the rest of the honey doesn’t make any more large crystals. After almost an hour of stirring we had success and the honey was very very smooth. Time will tell how it lasts in the jar, but so far we are loving it.


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Yum – creamed honey is my favourite – save a jar for me – Mum will bring it up on her NZ tour!

Comment by Hayley

Highly appreciated in this house I can tell you. Tell the bees to very productive next year. 😉

Comment by Anya

Yummmm, can’t wait.

Comment by Jo




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