there is a practical way to use it. take it all out of the containers, crush, heat slightly and strain. heat until the honey melts but the wax doesn't. Per above less than 144 degrees, so use a thermometer and heat to 125 or so. then strain, and you now have liquid honey. it will need to be at 125 for a "while" as all the honey will need to melt. Or you could just eat it..... I believe you can still chew it "practically"I find this interesting. For as many years as I have been helping my uncle out with bees People constantly ask if he has any Comb honey. he tells them if they want some call him before he extracts and he will do some for them. He then gives them general dates and a business card. He says that he has produces comb honey because dozens of people wanted it and it sits in the store until it crystalizes. Then he sets it on fence posts for bees to rob out. Because there is no practical way to use it once it crystalizes. I like the freezer Idea. If one has the space.