That's right! In the sugar shacks of Quebec, it's all boiled down to almost nothing. That's why it's so good -- concentrated syrup!
I didn't know that! I'll appreciate my syrup a little more now :)
Same here. Lots of trees, boiling and good syrup. Best stuff, ever.
Poor old trees.
I haven´t tried this syrup. I hope you have enjoyed New year´s eve and I wish you a happy 2015. Kisses:)
Id love to taste it, since it seems lovely, but we don't have it here! Is it similar to honey?
That's a lot of sap. Happy New Year's, Adam.
That's one thing I don't recall using is that syrup.
You got it, Adam! I spent most of my life in Quebec, which produces most of the world's maple syrup. This product is like gold in that province.
Those trees sure have to give and give
Trees must have a lot of the stuff
No wonder it is expensive, I will treasure it next time I buy some.
Wow! That is a lot!xoxowww.its-dash.com
Happy Friday, Adam:)
I was surprised when I learned that the sap is clear and thin, not thick like the final product. Much more work than i imagined.
My oldest niece harvests her own sap from her land. She also does honey. Good stuff, and that's a very nice photo.