(I couldn’t have said this better myself)
Here is a very quick read on the simplicity of canning the syrup you just spent hours boiling down from the collected sap.
brought to you by the National Center for Home Food Preservation, hosted by the University of Georgia ®
Food, Faith, and Community in Southwest Idaho
Food, farms, recipes and resources from a tiny Brooklyn kitchen
Techy math geek meets rural lifestyle
Homesteading from the High-Altitude Mountains to the High Plains of Colorado
Because less is better and natural is best.
Donkeys, Goats, Books and Chickens
Simple life on a little piece of land.
Digging up a new way of living.
Growing woodland/pasture raised Large Black Hogs, cows, heritage chickens, veggies, maple syrup, honey, making natural soaps, sugar scrubs, lip balms & herbal salves. Our farm provides our family & yours with the best food under the sun. We let our animals grow at the pace nature intended, with no hormones, antibiotics or pesticides.
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