Maple Sugar

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Maple Sugar is made by boiling Pure Maple Syrup at a temperature of 250 degrees, it is then poured into a mixing kettle to stir it with a floor mixer with a fan blowing across the top of it while stirring. The stirring process keeps he sugars agitated which is actually heating it up, the last of the water evaporates off with a brief period of steam, at that point it has turned into granulates. It remains in the kettle to cool, it is then laid out to finish drying and then packaged.