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  1. #1
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    Default Making Creamed honey

    What is the overall benefit for using a Maxant Creamer with a stirrer? I have heard that keeping the honey in a creamer for 2 weeks and stirring intermittently makes the honey nice and soft. Is there any truth to this? If so, how do you bottle after the 2 week period. I assume it won't run after two weeks after seeding.

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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    I would call Mr. Maxant and have him explain it to you. Hopefully a happy or unhappy user user will give you their experience. A container with a gate on the bottom, ungranulated honey, creamed honey seed and a drill and mixing attachment will produce a lot in a hurry and I put it straight into the container.

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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    We only make one unit, the mixer. This is designed to cream honey by maintaing a speed of 33 RPM.
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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    Quote Originally Posted by MAXANT View Post
    We only make one unit, the mixer. This is designed to cream honey by maintaing a speed of 33 RPM.
    When you're not creaming honey you could play Elvis albums on it.
    Don

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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    Excellent marketing idea
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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    > This is designed to cream honey by maintaining a speed of 33 RPM.

    Maxant would need to increase the speed of their mixer to 33 1/3 RPM in order to maintain the high fidelity of those Elvis recordings.
    Graham
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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    Slow stirring to keep air out of your product. You will want to uniformly stir in your seed, then pack right away before it starts to set up.

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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    Elvis?
    Who is that?
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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    The creamer is simply the bottling tank with a stirring attachment on top right?

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    Default Re: Making Creamed honey

    Correct.
    It is a separate piece that can be added on to the bottling tank at any point of its life.
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