Fir Tip Honey

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Total time: 45 min



In reality, the fir-tip honey is a molasses, respectively, a honey substitute, but in the vernacular this method of preparation is called “honey”.

Bring the fir shoots to a boil with water and lemon slices. Cover and steep for thirty minutes, then drain through a nettle cloth. Mix sugar and fir sapling broth and make about an hour and a half.

Pour the thickened “honey” into preheated, well-dried jars. Perform a test beforehand: on a small plate a little “honey” form and cool. If the consistency is okay, the “honey” can be filled.

Close the jars tightly. Stored in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight, this “honey” will keep for over 1 year.

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