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freeze distallation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Farrell Feb 15, 2015. 1 Reply

The liquid sap after partial freezing is sweeter because of freezed distillation.  Can anyone describe to me or refer me to a site that describes the chemical process of freeze distillation?Continue

 

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Michael Farrell replied to Michael Andorsky's discussion freeze distallation
"Someone recently applied for a patent on using freeze concentration/distillation in order to concentrate sap for making maple syrup. The patent application contains a lot of useful background information on the…"
Feb 15, 2015
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freeze distallation

The liquid sap after partial freezing is sweeter because of freezed distillation.  Can anyone describe to me or refer me to a site that describes the chemical process of freeze distillation?See More
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