Some honey I transferred from a big jar to a small jar has become extremely thick after only 3 weeks?

The honey in the big jar is still nice and thin and usable. Could this be because I didn’t wash out the small honey jar? (All it had in it before was honey, so I didn’t think it was necessary to wash it.)
Both jars have been at room temperature.

Thanks!

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3 Responses to “Some honey I transferred from a big jar to a small jar has become extremely thick after only 3 weeks?”

  1. searching for friends said:

    it could be that there were crystals left in the old jar and sped up the crystalization process…you can warm it in the microwave and it will liquify again but I would use it FIRST then go back to the big jar

  2. ccioannou said:

    yes the honey that was in the small jar is probably the problem. Or if the jar had absorbed humidity that might have caused a bit of the problem.
    but in any case, if the honey has just crystallized, don’t worry! it’s still edible and delicious! if you don’t want it to look like that you could try boiling it in a double boiler.

  3. rich2481 said:

    honey is the only thing that never spoils unless the container you put it into had contamination in it,

    just heat it slightly in the microwave or hot water




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