I bought a large (quart+-sized) from the farmers' market, where I always buy it. It's standard honey in that it is amber-ish in color and flows. After a couple of months, I couldn't reach the honey at the bottom of the tall jar, so I poured it out into a smaller, clean jar. Within a day or two, it became semi-solid, was significantly lighter in color, and was no longer translucent. Basically, it became creamed/whipped honey.
From what I've read, the process of making creamed honey is an actual process. What happened to mine? How/why did it get that way? And I the flavor is still great and I love the texture, so I'm not complaining. If anything, I'm wondering if I can make it happen again!
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