Uncapped Honey

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Uncapped Honey

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I have 2 quartz of uncapped honey that I drained from a flow hive. It is very light in color and not as thick as my other honey. Should I dump it , save it and feed it to the bee's.
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You can store it in the freezer and the it won't spoil. If you put it in several jars you can take out as much as you want at a time.
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Will it freeze, I took it out of the flow hive thinking it might freeze and damage the flow hive comb
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It doesn't really freeze it just gets really really thick like tar and it will not break glass jars
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