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The Best Things About Maple Syrup!

The Best Things About Maple Syrup!

80% of the worlds syrup comes from Canada!

Quebec alone makes about 2/3 of the worlds syrup supply! What would we ever do without you guys? Pancakes would certainly be incomplete without you, Canada.

 

It's a life saver!
Several studies have found that maple syrup is a good source of antioxidants as well as minerals. Not only does maple syrup contain good portions of your daily amount of manganese zinc and potassium, but the antioxidants can neutralize free radicals and reduce oxidative damage - potentially lowering the risk of some diseases.
The Tree Makes All The Difference
You can't use just any tree! There are only 3 maple trees native to Canada that are able to be used for their sap. Sugar maples are the biggest producers of syrup, but red maple and black maple are also tapped as well.
There is an International Maple Syrup Institute?

Yes there is! Established in 1975, the organizations goal is “to promote and protect pure maple syrup and other maple syrup products.” But the real question here is: do their meetings include free pancakes? check 'em out here: http://www.internationalmaplesyrupinstitute.com/

 Maple Syrup is a craft all its own

There's actually quite a lot that goes into the bottle that you buy from the supermarket. It takes about 40 liters of sap to make one liter of syrup, and most trees only produce about 50 liters of sap during the season when they're tapped. The sap can also only be tapped during the late winter/ early spring, so there's a very finite amount of time when trees can be tapped for their sap.


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