Is anyone else tapping da trees? I only put out a handful of taps this season. Can't be haulin too much sap with an injured back. Here in Central New York ("upstate" to some d-bags) the sap has been flowin for about a week or little bit longer. Temperatures have been prime, it might me hitting a little high in the daytime this upcoming week. Any word from elsewhere - Vermont? Canada? other New Yorkers?
their blood tastes good? i'l have to try that next time.
i have made myself look like a fool? read over this thread, your just lying your ass off and drwaing pictures in paint to back it up.-lazyafterbang
Fuck fun its all about the Cash serious people need to eating and eating is not always fun-skithecanada
If you suck you should not be posting, this website is for good people.-skithecanada
people make beer with sap instead of water. and mixing half-done syrup with rum or something is damned tasty.
myself we have a sugar bush, not that big of one, just a couple hundred taps. but it's sick as hell. over the summer my dad built a sauna attached to the sugar shack and so we funnel the steam from the evaporators into the sauna and it's the most amazing thing in the world
my aunt and unlce who live just outside of payson vt ( you can ski there prop down to mad river glen) have a small time syrup op going on... ITS TOO GOOD> they send us about half gallon a year. amazing stuff
"Peace, I belvie is not an absance of viloence. instead peace is a manifestation of compassion inside of ourselfs.."
My buddy Drew was telling me about a native Montana tree that you can tap for syrup, its a relative of maple trees. Supposedly the sap makes a semi sweet bitter syrup but is delicious when mixed with maple. I really want to do further research and tap some trees this spring.
i was a lumberjack for halloween and by the end of the night my bottle of maple syrup had been mixed with almost every alcohol that we were drinking. I can attest that the next morning my head was hurting bad
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