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To Cook Over Maple Sugar








To sixty pounds broken up maple, add water
(according to the hard or soft grain of the sugar) enough to dissolve.
Stir until melted. If the grain was soft, add fifteen pounds granulated
sugar; if the hard grain, only add that amount of C. sugar. Boil to 244
degrees by thermometer, or good ball. Take out some in porcelain sauce
pan, grain until cloudy (to make quick work always have a small portion
in the same sauce pan for the next stirring). Pour in moulds greased,
or put in a tub of cold water.





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