Garlic Honey (for the winter season)
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How to Make Garlic Honey (for the winter season)
- I fill the jar with peeled garlic cloves. I cut in half or you can poke holes in them to allow the honey to get in. Then I pour honey over it all.
Screw on the lid, label the jar with the contents and date.
- The garlic and honey combine to create a divine elixir that may be taken by the spoonful right out of the jar.
- After a couple of months, the garlic is infused with honey and is lovely to eat. both the honey and the garlic darken as it ages
- Garlic honey has never spoiled, no matter how long I have kept it (at room temperature) . It is not know to develop botulism.
As with all honey, do not give to children less than one year old.