Honey is a sweet, sticky substance that has been enjoyed by humans for centuries. It can be used as an ingredient in baking, cooking or even eaten on its own. But what happens when the honey you love becomes too hard to use? One option is to simply put it back in the fridge and wait until it thaws out again; however, this takes time and there’s no guarantee your honey will return to its original consistency.
The other option is to freeze it using one of these three methods:
The first method involves placing some water in a container with your jar of honey so that ice forms around the sides.
The second technique requires freezing small amounts at a time with plastic wrap over the top and then wrapping them tightly in foil.
The third technique is to fill a container with water and then put your jar of honey on top so it freezes in the ice.
The first method for freezing honey can be risky as there’s no guarantee that you’ll get all of the air bubbles out of the jar, which could lead to freezer burn or off flavors. The second option might not work if your freezer isn’t cold enough because this would only speed up how fast heat transfers from liquid (in this case, honey) to solid (ice). The final way has some benefits like being able to store larger quantities while still maintaining flavor and texture but requires more prep time than other options. Regardless of what method you use, when storing frozen items remember those good habits.