Increasingly recognized for its health benefits, maple syrup contains a substantial amount of polyphenols and antioxidants that help cells absorb glucose quickly. As a result, this product has a low glycemic index.
Maple juice is synonymous with “maple syrup”. It is a sweet food obtained from the sap, more precisely from the xylem, of some trees such as the red maple and the black maple
Maple juice of golden and amber color generally have a more delicate flavor than dark ones and are suitable for use as a condiment. The dark ones, on the other hand, are used mainly for cooking.
to flavor a wide variety of foods and drinks, including: pancakes, ice cream, porridge, fresh fruit, salted sausages, muesli, applesauce (or apple puree), winter squash, cakes, pies, plain bread or the like, tea, coffee and toddies.
Maple juice can also be used as a substitute for honey. To make your marinades, vinaigrette ……..
In its most original format of the Canadian maple leaf!
Ingredients : Maple syrup 100% pure amber color.
Packaging: 190ml jar
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place, away from heat sources and away from light
Maple syrup contains only 252 calories (Kcal) per 100g, much less than sugar (380 cal) or honey (356 cal).
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