From Maple Trees to Maple Syrup
Morgan Pearce 3ac
Maple syrup comes from a sugar maple tree. The gourp of trees is called a sugar bush. Next, they drill one or two holes in the trees. Now, they put one spout in a tree so the sap can fall into the bucket. Now, they ship it to the factory!
The second step is people pour the sap into large long pans. Now, he sap is heated. The sap starts to boil. Now it is thick and sticky.
The third step is the fresh maple syrup is poured into bottles and sent to stores so you can take it home! Its hard to believe this sweet treat came from a tree! You should try it on some pancakes or ice cream! Enjoy!
Here are some fun facts about maple syrup. Maple syrup comes from a tree and it should be noticed that all syrup is equally sweet.