Is honeycomb supposed to be refrigerated?
Store it in a cooler location, but do not refrigerate or it may get too stiff to spread. HOW SHOULD I STORE HONEYCOMB? The best way to keep raw honeycomb is at room temperature in a cabinet or on a countertop. Keep it in the plastic box to prevent any unwanted visitors from getting into it.
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How do you store honey comb?
Place the honeycomb in an airtight container and keep it at room temperature. On the kitchen counter is a perfect storage place. The main storage goal is protecting your honeycomb from water. Moisture is absorbed by honey and can result in spoilage.
How long can you keep raw honeycomb?
Honey and honeycomb do not expire. Ever. Unless the honeycomb is stored improperly or moisture is introduced to the container. Store honeycomb at room temperature in a sealed container or jar and your honeycomb will keep as long as it takes you to eat it (not long for a bee charmer).
How do you store a comb?
My #1 way to store drawn out comb in warm is in a chest freezer or refrigerator.
The gasket seal on chest freezers and refrigerators will keep out ALL insects. Nothing to build. If you have just a few frames to store, the refrigerator is a good option. It has more purpose than just holding frames.26-Aug-2020