Re: re-liquifying honey
I put two jars on my (black) dashboard on a medium-hot day, with the windows rolled up, and by the time I got back in the car at 2:00 the jars were too hot to hold, and the honey was very clear and had the consistency of water.
Originally Posted by indypartridge
I haven't tasted it yet, but I'm sure I ruined it.
I had more success leaving the honey elsewhere in the car, with my sunshade on the windshield. The car gets pretty toasty here (LA) in the summer anyway, easily 90+ degrees. After a day or two of this, the honey is liquid enough to flow if I invert the jar, but it hasn't turned clear, and the taste hasn't changed.
I'm with the low, slow crowd on this.
Painted Peacock Manor, Palos Verdes, CA