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Reverse Osmosis

By: uvmext

Some producers use membrane separation (called "reverse osmosis" or simply "RO" within the maple industry) in addition to evaporation with heat. In this process, sap is forced through membranes that have pores which are large enough for water to p...

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What's In The Sap?

By: uvmext

Maple sap, what's in it? Maple sap is a dilute solution of mainly water (95-99%) and sugar (1-5%), along with trace amounts of other substances, including: organic acids, free amino acids, protein, minerals, and phenolic compounds. Sap coming dire...

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Maple Laws

By: uvmext

The law is very clear on what can be sold as pure maple syrup; only "the liquid derived by concentration and heat treatment of the sap of the maple tree". No processing that "adds or removes naturally occurring soluble materials" is allowed. This ...

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Adulteration

By: uvmext

The law is very clear as to what can be sold as pure maple syrup; only the liquid derived by concentration and heat treatment of the sap of the maple tree. No processing that adds or removes naturally occurring soluble materials is allowed. This d...

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The One About Alcohol

By: efpope

Is alcohol a health food? What does it do to your brain and how do we metabolize it? Can you be as cool as Prof. Lizzy if you don't drink it? All of these questions and more answered during a round of Never Have I Ever. Intro - 0:21 Lizzy's...