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Sugartime: The Hidden Pleasures of Making Maple Syrup with a Primer for the Novice Sugarer
Susan Carol Hauser. Sugaring is the act of collecting maple sap to make maple syrup, an early-Spring endeavor that takes place all around North America -- from Ontario & Quebec in the north to Ohio in the south & Minnesota in the west. It is a tradition that has changed little since the Native people sugared centuries ago. This is a beautifully rendered narrative about the act of sugaring, an activity that slows time down. Interspersed with the book’s lyrical account of a season in the sugarbush are sections that serve as a primer to guide the beginner through every stage of sugaring, from selecting trees & hanging sap buckets to cooking the sap to finishing off maple syrup. Illustrated with photos & drawings.
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