Having pulled my Spring honey in July, it was at 17% moisture, so we were okay, then I put my supers back on and now even though half are full again and capped, the other half have some nectar/honey in them. the capped honey is about 22% and the uncapped is higher then that. So I plan to pull all the supers and "tent" them in plastic with a dehumidifier, for a few days, to try and dry them out a little more. I am hoping that the capped honey will then below 18% so that I can just bottle it and be okay. (not sure how many days I will have to dehumidify the honey, but I will not extract until the capped honey is closer to 17% moisture.) It is the remaining honey that I extract, with too high moisture, that I am in a quandry about. I may be able to feed some of it back to my hives to increase their winter food supply. But there is a very good chance that I will not need to do that. So what should I do with the honey? I am not prepared to attempt to make mead. Nor do I have the time at this point to get prepared. Can I just can it? waterbath or pressure? Or I suppose that I could just "boil" it down to 17% or so and then jar it up for honey to be cooked with... what do you all do with honey that is too wet?