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Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Reddit user speckle77 shared these cool pictures of him and his family creating their own batch of home made maple syrup. The pictures tell the whole process, from tapping the maple trees to bottling the golden candy that they give.
The finished product looks so delicious I just want to drown my pancakes in it!

Here’s where it started, with collecting the sap from the maple trees. They had about 65 trees tapped in total.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Spile and bucket.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

The first drop!
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Collecting the sap from the pails on the trees.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

On a good day, they would collect about 45 gallons of sap from all the trees. The chunks of ice are the ones that froze overnight in the pails on the trees.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Boiling all the sap on a fire pit. The pan holds about 75 gallons.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Once it was boiled down and water continued to evaporate, they added more sap to the large pan.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Boiling off the water!
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

It got hot!
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

This is what over 250 gallons of sap looks like when most of the water has been boiled off. About 5 gallons left.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Filtering the syrup through a felt funnel.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

He says it took a long time to drain through.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Removing the silt that was clogging the filter (he says they were not sure if they were supposed to do this, as it may push silt through the filter, but they just wanted to get it done).
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

After it goes through the filter they poured it into sterilized bottles.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Almost done!
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

The finished product. Lots of work for not much syrup, but totally worth it he says.
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.

Mable syrup in a whisky bottle, the most Canadian thing ever!
Next Time You Eat Pancakes, You’ll Definitely Remember This Awesomeness. I Really Want To Do It, Too.
Photos: speckle77


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