Photo courtesy National Honey Board
It’s National Honey Month in a recession. Today’s tip spans both topics: how to get the last drops of honey from the jar.
As the honey is used up and the jar contains mostly air, there is invariably honey at the bottom of the jar that hardens, resisting the ability to pour or spoon it out. Here’s how to get out that last spoonful:
Honeybees must visit two million flowers to make one pound of honey! More honey trivia.
The Honey Bear® bottle, shown in the photo above, is a registered trademark of the National Honey Board.
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