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This is my first instructable so comments would be nice.
First we have to get the necessary supplies.Supplies needed: Sugar MapleDrillDrill Bit (I used 3/8in.)Sap Collectors(I used plastic bottles with holes in the sides)Stove or Turkey Fryer, or ...
The tree is not that easy to identify but for those of us who were boy scouts its easy. Here are pictures of a tree and the leaves.
The title and picture explain it all. I used a 3/8in. drill bit as that was the size of the tubes. Be sure that the tree is large ...
After you have drilled the holes put tubes or taps into the holes and attach the bottles or buckets with hooks, hangers, or duct tape. The tubes were ...
Next comes boiling the sap. This process can take up to 12 hours. If you are like me though, and only come out with a gallon and a ...
Finally we get to bottle our syrup. Strain it and then bottle it. Make sure to strain it while it is still hot or it will salidify on ...
Clean-up is pretty simple. To clean the drill bit wipe it off with a rag or paper towel. To seal up the tree you can go and buy ...
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