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DARK #3 ONTARIO MAPLE SYRUP
2018 ONTARIO "Grade A Dark" late season MAPLE SYRUP from Bruce County
Maple syrup can be used as a healthy alternative to sugar in a variety of dishes, such as desserts and baked goods. The natural sweetener also adds depth and complexity to a wide range of entrees, and can be used as an ingredient in glazes, Rubs, Bar –B- Que sauces, meat seafood and vegetables
To substitute maple syrup for granulated sweeteners such as white sugar, use 2/3 cup of maple syrup for every 1 cup of granulated sugar, reduce the quantity of liquid ingredients in the recipe (water, milk, juice) by 1/4 cup and lower the baking temperature by 25° F. Maple syrup also serves as a one-to-one substitution for other liquid sweeteners, such as honey, molasses and corn syrup. Add a subtle sweetness and a hint of maple flavor to fresh fruit, cereal and ice cream, Sweeten tea, hot chocolate, coffee, eggnog and smoothies .....Jazz up a cocktail, instead of simple syrup
This year I elected to inventory from my neighbor Elam Sherk his Ontario Grade A Dark one liter bottles of MAPLE SYRUP… This syrup was produce in late 1918 season in southern Bruce County using no fossil fuels or electricity and in compliance with the Certified Organic Standards....
Elam's sugar bush is located on a sealed-bottom mositure retaining soil ...resulting in a very unique and rich flavour buttery & clean taste syrup......This Ontario Grade "A" Dark Maple Syrup...if you are in the know Grade A Syrup has the most market demand because of its unique flavor…Elam let me have a few of these 1 litre jugs to share with my customers......Elam has been producing Maple Syrup for over 27 years….You owe it to yourself to try his lovely full flavor Syrup.
ONE LITER for $19.90 including delivery to your door when included with a 20 or 25 lb box of meat.
A Special Note: Elam when making his Syrup uses no fossil fuels or electricity..rather
he uses a team of horses...When I get my new camera...I going to his farm and take some pictures and show you how he does it.