Topic: Tree sap/syrup in spring?  (Read 7182 times)

Dark Art

« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2021, 08:57:17 AM »
Ah! So you guys did make springsap syrup! Its only logical that people did that. Like I said, sugars werent very common and it takes very little effort to spike several trees and collect a dozen or so buckets of sap. Yields might not be super high, but hey, there is plenty of raw sap to go around, so why not? Especially if you take into the account that spring has almost no agricultural work and generally low stocks of food prepared from the harvest.

Speaking of sugars, how commonplace were apiaries, honey and mead in general?