Thanks, John. I have seen crystalized honey being sticky and hard, but this stuff is fluffy and soft. Is it honey or something else?Nope, all pure honey will eventually crystallize, some floral sources much faster than others. Set the jar in a pan of hot, but not boiling, water for an hour or so. Stir when it is uniformly warm and it should all reliquify.
Was the jar stored on its side? It appears crystallized. Usually there will be some liquid separation on top of the crystallized portion. To try and explain my experience better, when I have a bucket of crystallized honey and your wife starts scooping it out of the center, a depression will be formed. As this crater becomes larger the liquid will start to separate from the sides and fill in the hole. Since the crystals are drained they become whiter and somewhat fluffy.Hello I really need help. I bought a lot of honey when traveling, but now the honey is separated, and I am concerned whether something was added to the honey to cause the separation. The crystalized part is very fluffy and like snow, but very light. Should I be concerned? Thank you very much. View attachment 54023
Fermented honey smells more like wine, or maybe sour is another word that fits. I certainly have smelled it and I never thought of yeast.?Doesn't fermented honey smell like yeast?
Fermented honey smells more like wine, or maybe sour is another word that fits. I certainly have smelled it and I never thought of yeast.Doesn't fermented honey smell like yeast?