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By Becks (Translasted by Steffi@Opera) - Dec. 3, 2010   

Honey never goes bad!


Because of its high sugar content, which in itself is highly hygroscopic (meaning that it prevents bacteria from developing), honey can be kept indefinitely.

Once crystallized, it just needs to be melted to go completely liquid again.

It's been reported that some honey found in Egyptian pyramids was still edible despite being almost 2000 years old.


Wikipedia – Honey
Wikipedia – Hygroscopy

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frankmelody - July 31, 2012 - 00:35 - (link to the comment)


NinosFL - Aug. 25, 2012 - 02:35 - (link to the comment)

Holy crap!!!

pabbit - March 10, 2013 - 19:19 - (link to the comment)

So we should just cover all our food in honey to prevent them from ever going bad

curiousman - July 19, 2013 - 03:42 - (link to the comment)

And our body too !