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black honey

Squeeze bottle for molasses
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It is so annoying to pour molasses from a jar or bottle - it spreads over the opening and glues the lid on. Wiping off the opening with your fingers is unsanitary. I was *so* jealous of people using honey. It comes in neat plastic bottles that squeeze out the product with no mess and no fuss. Then, with my hand poised to drop a used honey squeeze bottle into the trash, it hit me ...
sdgathman, Jan 14 2021

Black honey https://gathman.org/photo/blackhoney.jpg
A homemade bottle of black honey [sdgathman, Jan 14 2021]

Biona Organic Blackstrap Molasses in a Squeezy Bottle https://www.amazon....ueezy/dp/B07PXZBQLH
Baked. [prufrax, Jan 14 2021]

Molasses in a Squeezy Bottle from Madeira http://www.madeira-...ses_or_mel_de_cana/
Baked here too... [prufrax, Jan 14 2021]

Molasses in a squeezy bottle in Australia https://www.ebay.co...-450g-/154181952272
Baked down under... [prufrax, Jan 14 2021]

Crosby's Molasses now in a squeezy bottle https://www.faceboo...tn%22%3A%22R7%22%7D
Baked in Canada... [prufrax, Jan 14 2021]


       @prufrax "This item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery location. Please choose a different delivery location."
sdgathman, Jan 14 2021

       @prufax - I'll send those links to Trader Joe's and Nature's Promise. Maybe they'll add a product.
sdgathman, Jan 14 2021

       Sounds like your main problem is no one has yet dragged your native USA molasses producers kicking and screaming into the 20th century, packaging-wise...
prufrax, Jan 14 2021

       Kind of scary to note that the U.S. has fallen behind both Canada and Australia ...
8th of 7, Jan 14 2021

       It's not much of a Halfbaked idea is it? zzzzzzz goes back to sleep......
xenzag, Jan 14 2021

       //Kind of scary to note that the U.S. has fallen behind both Canada and Australia ...// not to mention Umbongoland (it's a walled off territory concealed in the hills of South Wales)
xenzag, Jan 14 2021

       @prufax The main problem is that molasses is just not that popular in the US. In the 19th century, it was something the poor could afford instead of honey (requires land for beekeeping) or white sugar. It still retains some of the "lower class" stigma.   

       I'm an outlier - I like "treacle" and ginger and cinnamon in my kefir - "gingerbread" flavor. I have never ever seen gingerbread yogurt or milk or kefir here. Just chocolate, strawberry, etc. I put treacle, coconut oil and spices on my roasted sweet potatoes or stir fry.
sdgathman, Jan 14 2021

       I thought molasses is too thick to distribute like honey unless it's heated.
Voice, Jan 14 2021

       An ideal opportunity to try our thermite-heated sauce dispenser, then.
8th of 7, Jan 14 2021


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