Maple sap dripping into a bucket. David Duprey/AP/The Canadian Press.
Maple sap dripping into a bucket. David Duprey/AP/The Canadian Press.
30 (New) Ways to Eat Maple Syrup

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, The Canadian Encyclopedia created 30 lists of 30 things that make us proud to be Canadian, from famous people and historic events, to iconic foods and influential artists.

There are about 16,000 maple-syrup producers in North America, more than 80% of which are in Canada. In 1995, total world production was 18,981 kl, of which Canada produced 14,890 kl. The province of Québec alone produced 13,540 kl, which represents more than 90% of the total Canadian production! The rest of the Canadian production came from Ontario (5%), New Brunswick (4%) and Nova Scotia (1%). Canada’s share of maple syrup production continues to grow.  Below is a list of 30 new ways to get that Maple Sugar high, assembled by the Encyclopedia to celebrate its 30th anniversary..

(*We’re skipping the obvious — looking at you pancakes and waffles)

 

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