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Thread in 'General Discussion' started by 75S216E, Nov 16, 2018.

  1. 75S216E

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    It's sad that this and many of the things that I enjoyed growing up is becoming a lost art.

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    Cooking off some home brew? Maybe washing some nasty clothes? I'm a baby boomer, not a dinosaur.........
     
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    Looks like cooking up some syrup...maybe sorghum sryup?
     
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    You got it my southern friend!!!!! My family did this every year when I was growing up. I still have a boiler on my land in South Georgia. My dumba** auntie's husband burned down my shelter just last year but the chimney and boiler are still standing.
     
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    Syrup..............
     
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    Sugar cane syrup!!!!!!
     
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    Nah... they would be in an old tin-covered shed, with a John Deere engine driving a steel mash wheel to squeeze the juice down a long shoot into the pans, where it is boiled and skimmed, then flows to a second pan for finishing, then out through a plain old spigot into the awaiting pint and quart jars... that image is just too fancy for quality "sogum" making!! I helped my uncle make a bunch of this back in Alabama, along with a few other local corn and sugar related products!!
     
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    john deere tractor hell....we used a dang mule
     
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