Posted by: theprovidentwoman | July 26, 2009

I Just Don’t Go Through Honey That Fast

It is a common experience, you look through the cupboards to get a spice and slide aside a container of crystallized honey or lift up a smiling plastic bear full of that golden liquid to wash the counter beneath. That honey has been around for a while and although it attracted your attention at the store or market, the intrinsic appeal of that sweet liquid hasn’t translated into eating it. What do you do with honey, anyway? Honey has a great appeal to people and rightfully so, however, it seems to loose momentum beyond uses for biscuit toppings and teas. Nevertheless, honey has many uses and can even provide a healthy replacement to sugar in the kitchen.

Honey can be substituted for sugar in any recipe. Substitute honey for up to one half of the amountof sugar called for in a recipe. The liquid in the recipe should be reduced by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey used.


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