I’m sure you’ve all tasted honey. I like to put honey on my rolls at dinner along with a little butter. I also like to substitute honey for the jelly in a peanut butter sandwich. But more than anything, I like to take a spoon full of honey and just eat it plain.
Did you know that honey is made from the pollen and nectar of
flowers? The worker bees fly about busily collecting all of the pollen
and nectar they can and return it to the hive, where other bees convert
it into the sweet sugary liquid we all love.
Did you also know that honey is the only food known to man that never
goes bad? When honey sits very long, the sugar in it starts to
crystalize and it gets thick and hard to use. Sadly, many people throw
sugared honey away thinking it is no longer usable. But if you heat the
honey up by placing the container in a pot of boiling water for a few
minutes, the sugar crystals dissolve and your honey thins out like it
was when you first got it. If you remember this, you will never have to
throw honey away ever again.