Honey question for Aunt Betty

jjgoose

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@Aunt Betty

My neighbor has 12 hives and gave me this today because i gave him 40 gallons of old fuel oil from an old tank im removing from my basement. It a little cloudy, how do i clear it up? Soak the jar in warm water?

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not cloudy, perfect
 

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Its looks to be unfiltered honey. Best flavor, best honey for you in my opinion.
 

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"Cleared up" is often the mass produced stuff. You've got a great jug of honey there. Leave 'er alone.
(Helluva trade for some old oil you would've had to pay to get rid of.)
 

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He's ALWAYS lurking/here! :l Hope everything is good on his end!
 

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Unfiltered or not strained? I pour my honey through a strained, not sure the micron size. Never seen cloudy honey like that unless it was starting to crystalize
 

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