- Tapa blanda: 32 páginas
- Editor: Storey Books (8 de enero de 1983)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0882662260
- ISBN-13: 978-0882662268
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Making Maple Syrup (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 8 ene 1983
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Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins contain practical, hands-on instructions designed to help you master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. From traditional skills to the newest techniques, Storey's Bulletins provide a foundation of earth-friendly information for the way you want to live today.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this easy-to-read treatment of all of the basics you need to know in order to make maple syrup. Three methods are explained, based on quantity: (1.) if you are tapping a couple of trees to make a couple of quarts, (2.) you will be tapping a dozen trees to tap and wish to make 5-10 gallons of syrup, and (3.) those who wish to be small commercial producers.
As this book is called "a beginners guide" you wouldn't expect to find material on reverse osmosis or even a lot of the finer details about commercial methods, like the fact that you have to put different species of maples on different tubing systems because their timing will be different. As the small commercial producer will likely be investing in a "sugar bush" (some land with maple trees) I would hope that in that case you would plan to spend some more on a more thorough treatment of maple sugaring rather than this brief one.
But it IS worth that couple of dollars. The text and editing were particularly nice and Lo and Behold there were Pictures on my Kindle. I can't say whether all of them were there from the booklet, but it was sure nice!
Update: the particular Kindle edition I read and reviewed is "currently unavailable" so the version you are buying may differ. Hopefully it is even better!
We followed the book, got about 40 gallons of sap from the trees, boiled it down to about 1 gallon of syrup and caramel. You really need a candy thermometer to boil it down correctly, trust me.
Any maple tree will work, the only difference is the ratios of sap to syrup you will obtain from boiling the sap.
Lastly the Maple syrup from our trees her in the Blue Ridge Mountains is very, very sweet to may taste. We used it in several cooking dishes other than pancakes. It makes a wonderful new glaze for salmon.
YOU WILL LEARN ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW, TO ACTUALLY MAKE MAPLE SYRUP ON YOUR OWN, and all about what items are needed, and different methods you can use.
I didn't know a thing about making Syrup, and I do now, that says it all.