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Above: Close-up of Mark from WIEP making sugar in a granulating trough,... part of WIEP's maple sugaring demo for visitors. How does it work? The hot maple sugar, heated over an open fire, is poured into a wooden trough and paddled as it cools. It only takes a few minutes of stirring to turn the hot maple liquid into a dry fluffy sugar... a fast process our audience gets to see live and up close. Nothing smells better or tastes sweeter than fresh-made maple sugar, just off the fire and churned with wooden utensils.
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