Have you ever forgotten about a jar of honey only to discover it has crystallized and is as hard as a rock? There’s no need to toss it out when you can use it to help our bee population survive. In the spring, find a beehive or give the jar to someone who has honey hives in his backyard. You can also find local beekeepers through the website friendsofhoneybees.net. The jar can simply be placed inside or near the hive, and the bees will lick the jar clean. You can also rescue crystallized honey by placing it in a pot with hot water; the crystals will melt into ooey-gooey honey.