Re: How do you "keep" your honey?
FYI, honey doesn't "go bad" so you know. It will last for thousands of years (they've found still good honey in the pyramids/tombs)/forever. Crystalization is the natural process that occurs in honey as a defense mechanism. Just warm it up in warm water (below 140 to keep it raw) to return to liquid state if it hardens. If you cook honey past 140 (which is what happens in pasteurization) it just becomes a liquid sugar, basically.