|Crystallized jug of honey.|
|Dirty steamer pan with hard-water evaporation line.|
|Ready to cut.|
|The top of the jug and the knife!|
I set the pan of crystallized honey on the diffuser over a low flame, keeping it uncovered as I didn't want any water from steam to drip into it. I discovered burner flame doesn't show up in photos. Weird, huh?
After quite awhile, and stirring to make sure all the crystals had dissolved, and letting it cool off, I took some pint jars and their lids, sterilized them and poured the now liquid honey into them. Now, even if the honey should crystallize again, which it likely will, it will be easy to get out of the jars to be used. I would also feel more comfortable setting a glass jar directly into a pan of water than the plastic jug, or it can go into the microwave to liquefy.
Does anyone else find it odd that liquid is spelled with two i's, but liquefy, changes the second i into an e ? The English language!