Cookbook:Maple Sugar

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A block of maple sugar

Maple sugar is a granulated sugar derived from maple syrup. To produce it, maple syrup is boiled until it crystallizes into something like turbinado sugar. It is typically formed in blocks, which are then broken down into smaller granulated crystals.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Maple sugar is useful in dishes where the flavor but not the moisture of maple syrup is desired.