Fermented Honey Garlic
Honey and garlic both have substantial medicinal benefits. So, if they will be put together, they can make a perfect combination to boost your immune system. And one thing to do it is by fermenting garlic in honey which makes the garlic lose some of its pungency, making it a treat to eat.
3 to 5 bulbs of garlic
1 cup (340 g) Waldbee Liquid Honey
1. Peel the garlic cloves and lightly crush them.
2. Fill a pint jar (475 ml) about three-fourths full of garlic and add enough Waldbee Liquid Honey to cover while allowing enough head space in the jar for the ferment to bubble, at least 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm). Screw the lid and let it rest for 1 month.
3. Burp the jar by removing the lid and releasing the built-up air each day. After 1 month, store in the refrigerator