Honey is a product of unlimited durability. Store in a dark, cool and dry place without extraneous odors in glass, porcelain, clay, ceramic or wooden containers.
Do not place the bee product in direct sunlight. 48 hours are sufficient to destroy the enzymes in the bee honey, which is due to the antimicrobial activity. At temperatures above 150 degrees, the medical substance is simply a mixture of carbohydrates.
Because of the acids it contains, honey should not be stored in metal containers. The metal can cause oxidation which can result in an increase of the heavy metals content and a reduction of the useful substances. Stored in such containers, honey can even lead to poisoning.
Honey is very useful and is often used in cooking, because it gives the dishes a great taste. Here are some suggestions that you'll need in recipes with honey.
If you decide to use honey instead of sugar in the recipe, put the amount that is half of the sugar.
The bee product has great therapeutic and nutritional agents when combined with other foods, keep in mind that by eating honey, you should not go to extremes - it can and should not be the sole source of nutrition.
Here is a delicious recipe for sweet honey:
You will need: 2 eggs, 1 cup sugar, half a cup of vegetable oil, 150 g melted in a water bath honey, 1 teaspoon [cinnamon], 1 teaspoon baking soda, to be added to the flour. Flour, to give a relatively hard paste.
Method of preparation: Consistently mix the individual ingredients. Gradually pour in the flour by hand as you mix. Flour the surface where you will spread the dough. Flour the rolling pin and your hands, then roll out the dough in a thin sheet. Cut trays (using forms or cookies with a knife) and place them in a tray with paper for baking.
The oven should be preheated to 180 degrees. Bake cookies for 10-15 minutes. Take them out before they become gritty. After removing them from the oven, let them cool down. These gingerbread cookies taste better after having stayed out awhile.