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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maple_syrup

Sap must first be collected and boiled down to obtain pure syrup without chemical agents or preservatives. Maple syrup is made by boiling between 20 and 50 volumes of sap (depending on its concentration) over an open fire until 1 volume of syrup is obtained, usually at a temperature 4.1 °C (7.4 °F) over the boiling point of ...

tapmytrees.com/collect-sap-make-syrup

Collect Sap & Make Syrup. Tap Maple Trees at Home – Collect Sap & Make Syrup. Make Syrup Depending upon the weather conditions, sap will start to flow immediately after tapping the tree. It drips from the spile into the bucket. Maple sap is a clear fluid and resembles water. The collection amount may vary. Some days ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Making+Maple+Syrup&v=d74a6uKAz2o
Mar 29, 2013 ... This video shows in detail how you can make your own maple syrup from maple or birch trees. If you're interested in purchasing the supplies I show, I got the...

www.ctmaple.org/how-do-you-make-maple-syrup.html

The fundamental steps for making pure maple syrup are basically the same as they were hundreds of years ago when the Native Americans first did it and then introduced it to the early immigrants from Europe. The simple description is that you collect sap from sugar maple trees and boil (evaporate) it until it reaches the  ...

ouroneacrefarm.com/make-maple-syrup-ii-boiling-filtering-canning

Mar 17, 2014 ... This is the 2nd of a 2 part series on maple sugaring. In How to Make Maple Syrup I, I covered choosing trees and collecting sap. In this part, I describe pros and cons of boiling off indoors vs. outdoors, show our own backyard evaporator, discuss filtering and canning, and conclude with a few words on color ...

www.puremaplefromcanada.com/pure-maple-syrup/how-maple-syrup-is-made

The maple syrup production process gets its start from one of nature's true phenomena. In springtime, when the nights are still cold, water from the soil is absorbed into the maple tree. During the day, the warmer temperature creates pressure that pushes the water back down to the bottom of the tree, making it easy to collect ...

vermontmaple.org/how-maple-syrup-is-made

It's sugaring season! Spring's warmer temperatures coax sugar maple trees to turn stored starch back into sugar. Sap is made as the tree mixes ground water with the sugar. The sap is mostly crystal clear water with about 2% sugar. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make each gallon of maple syrup which has a sugar content of ...

extension.psu.edu/maple-syrup-production-for-the-beginner

Following is a suggested list of equipment and materials for making maple syrup for home-use. carpenter's hand brace or breast drill with 7/16 inch diameter drill bit; spile (or spout), either metal or plastic for each taphole; bucket with cover, plastic sap collection bag, or plastic tubing (food grade materials); collection or ...

files.dnr.state.mn.us/destinations/state_parks/maplesyrup_how.pdf

How to Tap and Make Maple Syrup. What Trees Can be Tapped. Maple syrup can be made from any species of maple tree. Trees that can be tapped include: sugar, black, red and silver maple and box elder trees. Of all the maples, the highest concentration of sugar is found in the sap of the sugar maple. Generally the ratio ...