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Maple Sugar

Native Americans collected and heated sap from maple trees—a pratice early European settlers copied. Our maple sugar is made by tapping, reducing, crystallizing, and hand-grinding real Wisconsin maple sap. Use it anywhere you use cane sugar for a taste of the wild. It is especially tasty in pancake batter and barbecue sauces.

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Maple sugar is made by boiling maple sap until most moisture is gone. When the condensed sap gets dry and hot enough,it begins to crystallize and is stirred vigorously until it becomes granulated.This sugar can be used in place of white sugar in baking, or added to barbecue sauces and meat rubs for a woodsy sweetness. Maple sugar is also great when creating poached or baked fruit and is a match made in heaven for your morning waffles and pancakes.

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