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Maple Syrup: 40 Tried and True Recipes

Maple Syrup: 40 Tried and True Recipes

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Maple Syrup: 40 Tried and True Recipes

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155 pagine
39 minuti
Pubblicato:
Feb 11, 2020
ISBN:
9781591939320
Formato:
Libro

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  • Popular, proven topic: AdventureKEEN cookbooks are steady, consistent sellers

  • 40 home-tested, maple-syrup-themed recipes

  • “Do it yourself” instructions for maple syruping

  • Drinks, desserts, breads, meats, vegetables and more

  • Full-color design with color photographs of every recipe

  • Special dishes for all occasions

  • A wonderful gift for anyone who loves to forage or cook

  • Expert author who compared, tested, and tasted every recipe

  • Reader experience: “With my cookbook, I make savory, nostalgic meals that keep good food on the table”
Pubblicato:
Feb 11, 2020
ISBN:
9781591939320
Formato:
Libro

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Maple Syrup - Corrine Kozlak

Tree to Table

Maple syrup is a wonderful gift from nature. As its name suggests, it’s produced from the sap of maple trees. Maple trees belong to the genus Acer; several different maple species can produce the sap needed to make maple syrup, but the sap from the Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) tree has the highest sugar content. (Other trees, including birch, also possess sap that can be used to create a syrup-like product.) Once collected, the sap is boiled, and the excess water is turned to steam, leaving maple syrup behind.

Maple trees exist naturally in much of the eastern half of North America, but more than 70% of the world’s supply of maple syrup is produced in eastern Canada, especially in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. In the United States, Vermont produces the most syrup, followed by New York and Maine. States as far west as Minnesota also produce maple syrup, but not nearly as much.

On average, about 40 gallons of sap are required to produce 1 gallon of maple syrup. A maple tree is often 40 years old and at least 12 inches in diameter before it is tapped, and the average tree produces 10 gallons of sap, enough for about 1 quart (4 cups) of

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