MAKING Delicious MAPLE SYRUP at the OFF GRID CABIN! | FRESH Maple Syrup Over Pancakes!

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We make home made maple syrup from a DIY evaporator. We collect over 50 liters of sap into maple syrup at our small cabin in the woods. This is about making something delicious, from the land, using the trees around us. Liquid sap turns to delicious maple syrup at a ratio of about 40:1. We will drizzle our syrup over made pancakes made on the stove in our tiny off grid cabin. My Gear (Shop and Support): https://www.thewoodedbeardsman.com/ Over the course of the season we will see just how much maple syrup we can make. To make 1 liter of syrup, we need to collect and boil down about 40 liters of sap. This takes a lot of time and patience to boil off most of the water to leave mostly sugar in the syrup. Spring is really a great time to get outside and catch up on all the missed sunshine and get much needed fresh air and vitamin D from the sun. We use the tractor this season to help us collect as well as a pull sled. Pails are cheap, and re-used from the bakery section at the grocery store. We drill in holes in the sugar maples at an upward angle and the sap will flow anytime the temperatures change from below freezing to above freezing. The sap will stop flowing as the season wears on, so timing is critical. The sap starts off really clear, but will be richer and darker as the season goes on. We filter our sap through a t-shirt, but you may want to use something finer like cheese clothe. We find that the extra stuff just enhances the flavor profile of the final syrup. To make maple sugar, just keep boiling the syrup and it will boil off all the water leaving just sugar. Syrup forms at 220F or 107C and should be removed, cooled and then stored in tight containers. It can be kept frozen for a very long time, or refrigerated for a few months. If mold forms, scoop it off and you can still eat it, but the flavor will be off. Serve fresh maple syrup over pancakes, french toast, or just drink it straight up. I'll show you how to tap a tree, talk about the right conditions for sap flow, the concentration of sugar in sap, how we collect and boil the sap from start to finish! I'll show you how maple syrup is made using a cheap homemade evaporator! I'll show you have to make a homemade maple syrup evaporator for cheap or FREE! Our annual spring tradition in Canada continues with MAPLE SYRUP production. We collect sap and boil our first run with a MASSIVE haul of 9 POUNDS of maple SUGAR! We do it on an open fire! UPDATE: I'm now up to over 25 lbs of SUGAR! I'll show you how to tap a tree, talk about the right conditions for sap flow, the concentration of sugar in sap, how we collect and boil the sap from start to finish! I'll show you how maple syrup is made using a cheap homemade evaporator! I'll show you have to make a homemade maple syrup evaporator for cheap or FREE! MEDIA Website (For Email Alerts): http://thewoodedbeardsman.com/
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