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So, I finished this while hiding from the rain and waiting for my husband to pick me up at the train station Maple Sugar is a fun, quick read about wellmaple sugar It tells of the history of Maple Sugar in American and Canada, from the time of Native Americans through present day There are also chapters on what the different grades of maple syrup are and the various nutritional benefits of maple sugar I know, right There was even a chapter with step by step instructions for how t So, I finished this while hiding from the rain and waiting for my husband to pick me up at the train station Maple Sugar is a fun, quick read about wellmaple sugar It tells of the history of Maple Sugar in American and Canada, from the time of Native Americans through present day There are also chapters on what the different grades of maple syrup are and the various nutritional benefits of maple sugar I know, right There was even a chapter with step by step instructions for how to tap a tree and turn the sap into maple syrupall in the comfort of your own backyard Oh, and let s not forget the chapter at the end full of recipes using maple syrup and sugarI haven t tried any yet, but I hope to try one or 2 before I have to return the book to the library This book reminded me very much of Reaktion s Edible series It s very similar a brief, beautifully illustrated book on a foodstuff The Edible books, however, are entirely focused on the history of a foodstuff, while Maple Sugar has a wider scope It does cover the history of maple sugaring, yes, but it also covers the biology of maple trees and gives tips on how to tap your own maple trees All this in about 115 pages My only problem with it is that it s really way too brief for everything i This book reminded me very much of Reaktion s Edible series It s very similar a brief, beautifully illustrated book on a foodstuff The Edible books, however, are entirely focused on the history of a foodstuff, while Maple Sugar has a wider scope It does cover the history of maple sugaring, yes, but it also covers the biology of maple trees and gives tips on how to tap your own maple trees All this in about 115 pages My only problem with it is that it s really way too brief for everything it tries to accomplish But it does make a pretty and interesting introduction to the subject for people who are considering home maple sugaring A littlescientific, maybe, than the other maple sugar book I read A different take on the Indian folklore behind syrup Has an in depth passage about how sap chlorophyll feed the tree, and a nice illustration of the rings of a tree and what they are, along with other tree body parts Manyrecipes, although none so inspiring as to make me want to copy them down It did, however, have an inspiring how to segment on tapping your own trees, one of which should allegedly make enough for A littlescientific, maybe, than the other maple sugar book I read A different take on the Indian folklore behind syrup Has an in depth passage about how sap chlorophyll feed the tree, and a nice illustration of the rings of a tree and what they are, along with other tree body parts Manyrecipes, although none so inspiring as to make me want to copy them down It did, however, have an inspiring how to segment on tapping your own trees, one of which should allegedly make enough for at least a pint of syrup It requires having daily access to said tree, though, and then storing boiling down 40 times the amount of sap as the amount of syrup you want, so I m still going to hold off for now But maybe someday A quick, sweet read on the natural history of maple sugar Beautiful photographs of the maples in all seasons, as commonly found in the northeastern US and southeastern Canada Includes photos of maple sugar harvesting and finishing, along with information on grading and commercial use Delicious recipes, images of vintage tins and tools, and odd bits and pieces of history, like this from the 1844 Vermont Almanac Stick to the maple and so long as the maple forests stand, suffer not your cup to A quick, sweet read on the natural history of maple sugar Beautiful photographs of the maples in all seasons, as commonly found in the northeastern US and southeastern Canada Includes photos of maple sugar harvesting and finishing, along with information on grading and commercial use Delicious recipes, images of vintage tins and tools, and odd bits and pieces of history, like this from the 1844 Vermont Almanac Stick to the maple and so long as the maple forests stand, suffer not your cup to be sweetened by the blood of slavesAshland Mystery Very informative a definitive resource on maple sugar Topics range from the history to the production, then a full range of recipes is added to ensure the reader has a full sense of how important maple syrup sugar actually can be Loved this book A definite go to resource. Learnedabout maple trees and maple syrup production than I knew there was to learn Also, I had the pleasure of reading this natural world loving book sitting on a pedestrian island in New York s Time s Square a most unnatural place I can now identify the samara seedpods of the invasive Norway Maple and I find myself spying all of my neighborhood maple trees with suspicion, like can I tap THAT one Funny, inspiring, full of history and lore, well written, and a quick read what mo Learnedabout maple trees and maple syrup production than I knew there was to learn Also, I had the pleasure of reading this natural world loving book sitting on a pedestrian island in New York s Time s Square a most unnatural place I can now identify the samara seedpods of the invasive Norway Maple and I find myself spying all of my neighborhood maple trees with suspicion, like can I tap THAT one Funny, inspiring, full of history and lore, well written, and a quick read whatcan the ubiquitously curious ask for Great quick read Can t wait until spring to find our maple trees to test out some home made maple syrup fun Great information but strange layout to text and flow (Download Ebook) õ Maple Sugar: From Sap to Syrup: The History, Lore, and How-To Behind This Sweet Treat á Explore the fascinating history of maple sugaring in this informative guide to all things syrup From the tap on the tree to the pancakes on your plate, Tim Herd explains every nuanced step of the sugaring process Learn to identify different kinds of maple trees and get inspired to tap the sugar maples in your backyard Herd also includes tempting recipes that use syrup in old fashioned treats like maple nut bread, maple eggnog, and pecan pie Really interesting, and covers a lot of ground I wish they d gone a bit further with the how to section for collecting maple sap, but I still totally want to try this next year.