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  1. Nice! You have enough jars to sell some, maybe?! Not sure how much of it you eat throughout the year. How long will it keep? Iā€™m guessing quite awhile.

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    1. After doing it for a few years you realize how energy and labor-intensive it is to do. which has to be why it costs so much retail. I’d need a bigger sugarbush to make it worthwhile, and I’m not sure I’d want to do it.

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