How to melt honey crystals
Did you know that honey won’t expire in our lifetime? Unless you live to be 150 years old, then the honey your parents bought for you when you were born will still be edible. It’ll lose some of its aroma and sweetness, but it won’t leave you feeling sick. However, the longer honey stays in a dry environment, the harder it becomes.
The crystal formations make honey practically unpourable. So, to return your honey to its original, pourable, sticky state, twist off the cap and place the container in a pot with an inch or two of simmering water. The crystals will melt before your very eyes!