The other day it was just warm enough for me to check the hives. One hive was dead so I took the opportunity to clean it all up and get it ready for spring. This left me several frames of honey that I put into two supers and put a telescoping board on top and bottom to keep varmits out.
My question is IF the honey crystallizes in the comb, can it be thawed out later? Will just leaving it in doors for several days turn it back into honey?
If not how do you heat it up without melting the comb?
Right now it is so cold out that I doubt it will, but I just want to know just in case.
If it does crystallize and there is no way to return it to its normal state (while in the comb) can I use the crystallized honey as food in the early spring?