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    Default Cooling Maple Cream

    Has anyone tried letting the cream cool down slowly to 70 degrees before putting it in the cream machine. I was wondering what happens if you cook it to temperature and then let it sit overnight to cool down. Thanks

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    thats what alot do it cool it in the fridge then process. we use a cold water bath with constant flow
    Fred Ahrens
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    My routine is to cook it in the evening, put it on the front porch (enclosed) and stir when I get up the next morning. I still use a paddle machine. The porch is cooler than the rest of the house so it cools a bit faster. Biggest problem is the winter when the porch is usually well below freezing. I may have to bring the syrup inside the house for a couple of hours before it is stirred. I boil the syrup in the paddle machine pan.

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