Nope, sure doesn't. If it crystalizes while in the cupboard, it is not bad, just place the container in warm/hot water and it will thin again. This doesn't affect the taste.
Honey has been used as a preservative for ages. In times that there were no refrigerators and there were no naturally cold places to use, we used honey, salt and oil for preserving food. Honey is practically a sort of sugar with a high osmotic value. This means it drains the fluids from the food that it's in. And not all bacteria or fungi can live on it. These organisms decrease the chances of food staying good.
Pure honey will do a great job of preserving itself for at least months outside the refrigerator.
Putting it in the fridge however won't hurt it, might preserve it even longer, but will be harder to make Sandwiches from.
Honey has been found it the pyramids after 2000 years and is still good. I don't think the ancient egyptians had Amana refrigerators.
Creamed honey does not need to be refrigerated after opening. It can be left at room temperature.
Yes you will need to refrigerate after opening, but it doesn't need to be refrigerated if still sealed.
According to Recipe Zaar, yes, Capers need to be refrigerated after opening. http://www.recipezaar.com/library/getentry.zsp?id=13
No, but keep the lid on it
No, it does not.
No, not that I'm aware of.
After opening the jar, yes.
Honey is a natural preservative and will not grow mold. It can be kept for a very long time and does not need to be refrigerated.
No, it can be stored on the pantry shelf.
Tablewine needs to be refrigerated after opening but dessert wines do not.
Yes, Hawaiian Punch should be refrigerated after opening to prevent bacteria from growing.
Yes. Homemade marinade should be refrigerated, and purchased marinade should be refrigerated after opening.
No you can keep it outside but close it very well.
Doing so helps preserve it longer.
yes so they dont go bad
The manufacturers of mayonnaise recommend that it be refrigerated after opening, as do food specialists.
Generally the refrigerated shelf life of Surimi after opening is 7 days.
It may not have to be refrigerated after opening - but it will probably retain it's moisture and flavor better if it is. If the bag recommends refrigerating after opening, then do so.
nope tonic water does not half to be refrigerated after opening because it is like 7-up.