I'm late with this post this week, but here you go ... I hope you can find something that inspires and encourages you in your journey!I let myself get down to the lower half of my last jar of fermented garlic honey ... it's definitely past time to make some more, so I started 3 jars. You can see it already starting the fermenting process. I usually take 1 tablespoon each day, in a cup of warm water. Another option is to take it straight in your mouth. One way is no better than the other, it's a personal choice.
I sat the jars on saucers because, fermenting could spill over and down the sides of the jars, which it did. (I had the jars a bit too full!) The saucers keep the honey from dripping onto the counter which makes for easier clean-up ... should it spill out the top!
We've had some beautiful weather this week, with the highs in the lower 80's. Of course, this sent me outside where I did some weeding and general tidying up in the yard and garden.
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