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Rose Sugar (recipe) .. Wow!

Rose Sugar

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Make your own powdered sugar

How To Make Powered Sugar Recipe

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How to make Maple Syrup Snow Candy, to go along with Laura Ingalls Wilder's book, Little House in the Big Woods.

Easy Maple Sugar Snow Candy | Creekside Learning

We made maple sugar candy with the freshly fallen snow today. Only two ingredients: maple syrup and snow. This is the perfect activity to go along with the book, Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Laura’s grandmother makes maple sugar candy. The family fills pans with fresh snow and Grandma Ingalls ladels syrup onto them. {This post contains affiliate links.} The book: Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. If you don’t have any snow, you can use crushed…

Brown Sugar...how to make it

How to Make Brown Sugar

Joy the Baker shows you how to make brown sugar

How to know when it is time to tap maple trees | Simple Bites #sugaringoff #urbanhomestead #maple

How to know when it is time to tap maple trees

How to know when it is time to tap maple trees for sugaring off.

DIY maple snow station - i do this every year with the first snowfall, but use molasses instead of male syrup :)

Snow Day Treat: How To Make Maple Syrup Taffy

The sun is finally shining again in our corner of the world, but there’s still a thick blanket of snow on the ground. So we turned to one of our favorite books, Little House in the Big Woods, and made a snow treat we’ve been wanting to try for years.We always loved the descriptions of making maple syrup and the subsequent maple taffy sessions in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House in the Big Woods. (More about those scenes here.) So we finally decided to give it a try!

Have a maple tree or two? Hope you give syrup making a try, 'cause backyard maple sugaring is fun!

Backyard Maple Sugaring

Have a maple tree or two? Hope you give syrup making a try, 'cause backyard maple sugaring is fun!

Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera) is edible and medicinal. Edible flowers, inner bark, leaves and sap (can make beer with sap). Used as a sweetener or tea. Medicinally used by Native tribes for skin problems, etc. Several other uses.

Bradshaw & Sons: how to make snow lollies... Maple syrup, snow & a stick. Looks fun!

how to make snow lollies...

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Tapping the Birch tree for sap in March. Be sure to never leave a tap running. When you are finished, be sure to press down hard the flap of raised birch-bark to close the slit as best you can.

Tapping the Birch Tree for Sap in March - Collecting Birch Sap a clean sugar rich water - Wild Food - Natural Bushcraft - The True Spirit of Bushcraft

Collecting (tapping) Birch Sap using a easy, fast method. Learn how to harvest Birch sap which can be collected in early March.

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So you’ve tapped some maple trees (if you haven’t, go learn how to tap trees here) and have loads of maple syrup potential sitting out in the backyard. However, it’s currently in the form of sap. Although it looks this was all a big hoax and it was just water coming out of those trees, […]

Howto tap sap from 22 trees, and how birch bark heals wounds faster, and how to make birch bark medicine for skin

22 Trees That Can Be Tapped For Sap And Syrup

Howto tap sap from 22 trees, and how birch bark heals wounds faster, and how to make birch bark medicine for skin

"Beyond maple: Around the nation, producers are making syrup from the sap of pine, birch, even black walnut trees." -NPR

Birch For Breakfast? Meet Maple Syrup's Long-Lost Cousins

"Beyond maple: Around the nation, producers are making syrup from the sap of pine, birch, even black walnut trees." -NPR

YELLOW BIRCH SYRUP INSTRUCTIONS: "This year I made syrup from Betula alleghaniensis (yellow birch). I found that a great deal of things written in the literature (and on the web) were not an accurate portrayal of my experience making syrup from this tree. For whatever it is worth, I thought I would write some things here for the benefit of others who might decide to tap this tree some spring."