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    Default Re: What causes Honey to cystallize?

    Whether that be due to the altered axis of the earth's spin, the number of penguins in the antarctic during winter, pollen content of honey, climate change, global warming (By the way did ya note they stopped calling it that for some reason, maybe it really ain't enough to justifiably call it that?). No one seems to know why honey is doing a lot of fast crystallizing in 2019.

    We know why honey crystallizes and why it can happen at different rates. Scientists did not stop using the term "global warming" and start using "climate change". Both terms are still used because they refer to different things. https://pmm.nasa.gov/education/artic...climate-change

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    Default Re: What causes Honey to cystallize?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fivej View Post
    Whether that be due to the altered axis of the earth's spin, the number of penguins in the antarctic during winter, pollen content of honey, climate change, global warming (By the way did ya note they stopped calling it that for some reason, maybe it really ain't enough to justifiably call it that?). No one seems to know why honey is doing a lot of fast crystallizing in 2019.

    We know why honey crystallizes and why it can happen at different rates. Scientists did not stop using the term "global warming" and start using "climate change". Both terms are still used because they refer to different things. https://pmm.nasa.gov/education/artic...climate-change
    If you want the honey to go back to a more liquid state, place it in a bowl of warm water. Our honey from 2019 became crystallized in about six months too - and it is the first time it has happened like that. I cook w/ it and have mixed 1/3 cup of mustard with 2/3 cup honey and it became smooth and perfect. We don't sell it but the people we give it to haven't had an issue w/ the crystallization - they warm it so they can cook w/ it or spread it. Best, c

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