My neighbor started giving us honey after we started giving her eggs. Not a big honey eater so I stockpiled it (just a few jars). Recently she told me that we should start giving each other's containers back so that the exchange could continue. So I lied and told her that the honey was fantastic and that I would look for the jars. I know but I didn't want her to think that I didn't want what she had to offer. Tonight, I dug out the honey and tasted the most recent jar. It's REALLY good. Like, I don't think you can buy that in a store. I know it has a lot to do with diet (plant availability) so she's clearly putting a lot of thought into her honey production. Here's the catch. One of the older jars has crystallized. I know that honey is the only food that doesn't spoil (they found edible samples in Egyptian tombs) but I don't know how to de-crystallize it. Any ideas?