A honey dipper is a kitchen utensil used to collect viscous liquid (generally honey, hence the name) from a container, which it then exudes to another location. It is often made of turned wood. Besides the handle, the tool consists of equally spaced grooves.
How to use a Honey Dipper: Honey dippers are to be kept in the honey, of course. Pull it out of the honey, hold it at a slightly tilted angle and twirl it to catch the honey that is dripping from it. Hold it over the cup, bowl or whatever sideways (parallel) and let the honey drip into or onto your cup or bowl.
Mix a medium-sized spoon with a quarter cup of warm water.
• First spoon: in the morning on an empty stomach.
• The second spoon: three hours after lunch.
- Close the package tightly to prevent air from getting inside.
- Store away from direct sunlight.
- Store at room temperature.
- Keep away from the kitchen and refrigerator.
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To best reap the benefits of our natural super food, it is best to take two spoons a day, one in the morning infused with warm water on an empty stomach and one at night infused with a warm glass of milk.