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Every now and then I get some conformation on

something I'm doing right with my diet. I'm not

sure the exact year I started buying organic maple

syrup but it has to go back to my making chocolate

chip banana bread all the time. The two go together

so swell. Real/organic maple syrup will set you back

about $10 a 12 fluid oz bottle regular price. Now you

can find it for less if you love to shop. A $6.99 or 7.99

price would be a great buy. Still it is a precious nectar

and I pay the price it is to always have it around.

 

Maple Syrup Does Far More For Your Health Than Just Sweeten Your Food
 


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The Krink wrote:

Real/organic maple syrup will set you back

about $10 a 12 fluid oz bottle regular price. Now you

can find it for less if you love to shop. A $6.99 or 7.99

price would be a great buy. Still it is a precious nectar

and I pay the price it is to always have it around.


 Costco Canuckistani Grade A Dark Amber: $12.00 Quart



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You sure get some great bargins in your locale Snippy. I suggest purchasing
a quart of the Canadian Grade A and figure out how many ways to enjoy
it. Long term storage in the fridge, short term storage can be in a coke
bottle in your pantry. I love maple syrup instead of brown sugar in the
center of a roasted acorn squash with butter. There must be a "maplesyrup
.com" out there. In my youth maple syrup to me was Mrs Butterworths and
Aunt Jamima and a host of store brands and you realize that you never
enjoyed real maple syrup before. There is a difference that I pay willingly
for at least 3 times a month at the mega-mart. I know it can be found
for a couple bucks less if you are willing to shop around and I'm not
going that route. Interesting the stores that have the best price per
bottle these days are the drug stores like Bartells or Rite-Aid or Walgreens.
I guess it makes sense.

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Taste great while it's good for you. A little goes a long way. Shop around, eh.



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Unfortunately, Snippy drinks it.

It's good schitt.

PS: Fuck ***.

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When I was a kid in NW PA my Grandad sold the stuff for $3.50 per gallon.   Told you I was older than Uke.



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wes wrote:

When I was a kid in NW PA my Grandad sold the stuff for $3.50 per gallon.   Told you I was older than Uke.


 Older than who?



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Cy Valley wrote:
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When I was a kid in NW PA my Grandad sold the stuff for $3.50 per gallon.   Told you I was older than ***.


 Older than who?


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wes wrote:

When I was a kid in NW PA my Grandad sold the stuff for $3.50 per gallon.   Told you I was older than Uke.


 There is a reason I visit every night at the BJ is because I expect

to gleen something new. Wes you seem to come up with things whenever

you speak that seem to be things that I can relate to as well at the same

time. I'd take a gallon of real maple syrup from your grandad at $3.50.

If I live anywhere near a life of luxury it would be using real maple

syrup whenever called for.



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The Krink wrote:
wes wrote:

When I was a kid in NW PA my Grandad sold the stuff for $3.50 per gallon.   Told you I was older than Uke.


 There is a reason I visit every night at the BJ is because I expect

to gleen something new. Wes you seem to come up with things whenever

you speak that seem to be things that I can relate to as well at the same

time. I'd take a gallon of real maple syrup from your grandad at $3.50.

If I live anywhere near a life of luxury it would be using real maple

syrup whenever called for.


 That would be great. A little goes a long way. It's more satisfying and less is more when using the real good stuff on pancakes and waffles. Or So it seems anyway.  Wes must have had nice place to visit those grandparents with a big spread of trees, I'm thinkin. 



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Wes again,

My earliest memory goes back toward the end of the depression--majybe late 1939.  We lived in a small town and didn't have much.  Dad worked on the WPA--maybe $15 per week. Food from Grand-dad's farm kept us going.

In addition to maple syrup we received potatoes, cabbage, and corn in season.  Mom made so much home made bread that I got tired of it as well as the maple syrup.  I have since learned to appreciate the good things in life..................wes



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Wes, guess I didn't realize, you are our leading, umm, senior participant. More so than ***. You go, Wes!






-- Edited by Cy Valley on Sunday 23rd of November 2014 02:04:21 PM

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*** acted aulder.

He's gone, though, Jim.

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