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Apivar and Supers

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At the end of August, I will remove any remaining supers and then treat the2 lower brood boxes with Apivar, and I will feed at the same time. My question pertains to the supers I take off that are uncapped. There will be at least 10-15 and they will be partially filled and many with uncapped honey and I assume higher moisture content. I can process the capped honey. What do I do with so much uncapped honey and higher moisture content? I do not want to contaminate the supers by leaving them on while treating with Apivar.
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You can make creamed honey or mead with over moist honey. Good creamed honey is typically refrigerated and is made by getting some good creamed honey from the store and mixing it in your honey!
 
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