evaporating honey

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Posted by annemarie ( on October 10, 2000 at 04:00:09:

In Reply to: Progress Report -- 3+ Weeks from initial dosing (long) posted by Q on October 09, 2000 at 23:47:44:

I am not quite sure since I am not a chemist, but on the basis of years of keeping house and manageing food cupboards, I'd say that honey does not evaporate, but turns into granules, a bit like sticky sugar. As I understand it, that's quite a different chemical process from evaporation.

If you leave it alone long enough (and I'd suggest a dark cupboard) it'll settle into a hard crumbly mess - a sort of jaw breaking candy. It is then almost impossible to get it out of it's container.

You can make it somewhat liquid again by heating the container **slowly** in a pan of hot water.
It may be worth your while to try, but if I were you I'd keep a bunch of differently preserved stuff on hand, for I do not know what the chemical process may do to you psylocine and psylocibine.

Walk in beauty, annemarie

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