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    Default Re: Honey is Cyrstalizing -- How do I prevent this?

    If you have a dehydrator, that works well to recrystallize small amounts of honey. Just set the temp at 100 and let it go.

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    Default Re: Honey is Cyrstalizing -- How do I prevent this?

    For the winter wedding, it seems like the light bulb-in-a-box idea would be the best. Have any boxes sitting around from shipped woodenware? Put a bunch of bears in the box with ample space for air along with a 60W (100W would be better) bulb and they will heat up really fast. You should only need to turn on the light a day before the event. Put the boxes together a month ahead though, That's most likely going to be a hectic week for everyone involved.

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    Default Re: Honey is Cyrstalizing -- How do I prevent this?

    Just liquified some honey in the kitchen oven. Used a 100W bulb in a trouble lamp and temp went up to 120F.

    Left it in for 1.5 hours. Works like a charm.

    If you desire a lower temp use a 60W bulb.

    We use our oven this way for raising home made bread in the bowl and in the bread pans
    If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got!

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