Here’s an interesting fact: Honey never expires. The reason why has to do with the water content -- with just 17 percent water content, it isn’t moist enough for bacteria or fungi to thrive. And even with 17 percent water content, only a very tiny fraction of that is actually “available” for microbial growth. What does harm honey is light and heat, which can change its color, taste and aroma. If you have honey that has crystalized, it’s totally fine to use. Just zap it in the microwave for a few seconds to warm it up, and you’re good to go.
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