Re: water in honey
Reducing moisture content of high moisture content honey is a long held practice in the commercial beekeeping community. What would you have someone w/ 5 barrels of 20% moisture content honey do? Dump it or reduce moisture by artificial means?
Originally Posted by Tenbears
I may seem to be hypocritical here, but I recommended dumping a quart of honey (according to the OP's question) because it seemed to me more trouble than worth. Whereas, when one is making a living by honey production and sales, and that honey is not fully capped yet has to come off of hives, dehydration is the way to go.
Many people have Hot Rooms w/ fans and dehumidifiers in them to help dry down the honey before extracting.
TenBears is being literal, which is his privledge.
Mark Berninghausen "To float, upheld, as salt water would hold you, once you dared." Denise Levertov, poet