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  1. #1
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    Default Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    Just wondering about that last case out in the garage.

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    Default Re: Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    Nope. Won't. Supposed to be below zero here tonight and I am not worried at all. Honey doesn't freeze like water. Not enuf water in it.
    Mark Berninghausen #youmatter

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    Default Re: Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    Will allowing your honey to drop to zero cause it to turn to sugar faster / slower?
    Grandchildren are the best.... Bees a close second....

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    Default Re: Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    they will not break unless you drop them on concrete.

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    Default Re: Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by New Ky Beekeeper View Post
    Will allowing your honey to drop to zero cause it to turn to sugar faster / slower?
    No, not faster. Yes, slower. But it still will.
    Mark Berninghausen #youmatter

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    Default Re: Will honey jars break if it gets cold enough?

    Thanks - that's what I was hoping.

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