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Question: I make barbecued ribs with a homemade sauce the uses honey. We usually freeze the leftover, but we've heard that honey doesn't freeze is it safe to freeze and eat meat coated with my barbecue sauce?
Answer: Honey does freeze, but at a lower temperature than water. Foods made with honey with freeze just fine with no special handling. Be sure to securely wrap the cooled ribs, before freezing, keep at 0 degrees, and use with in 3 months.
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