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    If the statement “ we don’t use tubing or an ro in our operation”, is truthful, then I don’t see it any different than saying “ we use tubing and an ro in our operation”. If both are truthful, then I...
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    I don’t know how reasonable an expectation it is, but there is absolutely a segment of the population looking for it. I also wonder if geography plays a role... here in the Midwest, ( at least in my...
  3. Okay, what my feeble brain thinks it understands:...

    Okay, what my feeble brain thinks it understands:

    1) There is an optimum temp....”critical activation energy”
    2) Cooking syrup beyond this point might darken it due to charring of the sugars and...
  4. Say I have 200 gallons of sap at 2% and I divide...

    Say I have 200 gallons of sap at 2% and I divide that in half. 100 gallons I boil as usual, batch boil flat pan. I reduce it down to 3 gallons, which I finish on propane. The other 100 gallons I run...
  5. Dr Perkins, no disrespect intended by my previous...

    Dr Perkins, no disrespect intended by my previous comments, nor those I am about to make. However you refer to the maple industry, and I think therein lies a principle difference in our philosophies....
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    The Alzheimer’s Association disagrees with your statement, but you’re correct, that’s a topic for another forum.
  7. I doubt our aluminum buckets contributed much by...

    I doubt our aluminum buckets contributed much by way of lead to our diets, but I get your point. The point I'm after is just what you mentioned, Dr. Perkins: Time. I have a saying, and while it's not...
  8. Before we installed tubing, we promoted our syrup...

    Before we installed tubing, we promoted our syrup as being collected in buckets, made in small 1-2 gallon batches in a pan over a wood fire, cooked for hours at a time. In the same fashion our...
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