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Does Honey Go Bad?

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No, not if you store it right. If it’s raw honey it might start to crystallize, but it’ll still be okay to eat (and if you want to de-crystallize it, just put the bottle in hot water for a bit). Apparently, archaeologists found honey in Georgia (the country, not the state) that was over 5,500 years old. As long as that honey has been properly stored and didn’t have anything mixed in it, even that would probably be fine to eat.

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