Hello and good day to all.
I found this thread here on the BEE SOURCE forum.
The person asked this question....I copied and pasted it here....
"Honey is antibiotic and can be stored for an unknown long period.Whether in combs or vessels.The capping of the cells effectively seals the product within and the bees do a splendid job of it.
Therefore I would like to know the reason why take valuable space in freezers ?
It is understood that honey does NOT go bad either way of storage, except when it is not cured properly , i.e. open cells."
But I could see no answer posted to this question.
Can capped frames of honey simply be stored for the winter in a sealed plastic bag or container?
Thank you for your time.