Sawyer's Maple Farm Blog

Maple Syrup: Then and Now

Jun - 2013

Maple sap was first collected and used by Native Americans. Maple Sugar was made by boiling off the water in a pot over a wood fire.

The Maple sugar could then be stored and transported without concern of spoiling. We now seasonally tap sugar maple, black maple, and red maple trees for sap and process the sap down into syrup used for baking and enriching the enjoyment of eating many foods.

Maple Sugar and Maple Cream (sometimes referred to as Maple Butter) are made by reheating the syrup at high temperatures to remove even more of the water and then stirring for the proper consistency.


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