To produce maple sugar, maple syrup sap continues to be boiled until enough moisture has evaporated to allow for crystallization. At this stage, it’s vigorously stirred (either by hand or by machine) until it turns completely granulated. It takes approximately one quart of syrup to produce about 2 pounds of granulated sugar. Use as a substitute in any recipe that calls for sugar. Maple sugar is about twice as sweet as cane sugar, with a subtle but distinct woodsy flavor. 2 oz. of maple sugar is equal to about 1/3 a cup of granulated sugar.
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