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How To Choose A Maple Syrup ?

Maple syrup is extracted from the watery sap of maple trees. It is made when the sap is being boiled for a long time, so as to evaporate the water content and skim off the impurities  from the surface. Its color depends on the time of harvest and the weather conditions prevailing.

Following tips should be kept in mind, while selecting the best maple syrup:
  • If you do not want much of maple flavor, then go for a light Grade A typically called "Light Amber" or "Fancy". It is usually used at breakfast time and is best for kids.
  • You can buy a Grade A medium amber, as this has more of a maple tang to it than the light amber and is also yummy on that Sunday-morning stack of pancakes.
  • Those who are adventurous in nature, must try a Grade A dark amber. It has robust maple flavor and works well on ham and pork or in various baking recipes.
  • For those who like to have bold syrup, then you must think of Grade B syrup. It packs a potent maple flavor and is mostly used for baking. This can also be used as a part of cleansing diet.
  • Always read the label for either "Real Maple Syrup" or "Pure Maple Syrup." Commercial syrups are available in plastic bottles shaped like little old ladies, that are made of other sugars and contain little to no actual maple syrup.
  • If you are interested in having the best maple syrup in less or fair price, then you must go for organic maple syrups.
  • Select maple syrup, in the right container for you. If you want to continue for this syrup for an year or more, then go for a  syrup in the glass bottle. Plastic bottles keep syrup well for 3 to 4 months if refrigerated.
 
 
 
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