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Can You Freeze Honey?

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I’ve really want to try this since it’s been trending. You totally can, just make sure the honey is not in a glass bottle or something that’ll break. Also, careful how much you eat if you’re trying to be conscious about your sugar intake… I could see where it would be easy to eat too much frozen honey. 1 tablespoon is 17 grams of sugar, so two tablespoons (34g) and you’re almost at a can of Coke (39g).


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