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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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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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> 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. :lookout:
 

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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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