All set to tap Maple Syrup reserveres ...

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OH, CANADA
QUEBEC SET TO TAP SYRUP RESERVES ...
No Pancake Left Un-drizzled



If your short stack has been feeling a little dry lately due to a lack of (affordable) syrup -- that's all about to change ... because Canada is tapping its stockpile of sweet nectar.

Quebec Maple Syrup Producers -- a quasi-government-sanction agency accounting for over 70% of the world's maple syrup production -- just announced they're going to start draining upwards of 50 million pounds of syrup from barrels they have in their strategic reserve.


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Biden did something similar recently with the oil reserves. Anyone else find the timing odd as they both happen around the same time?
 

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I find it odd that Canada has a stockpile of maple syrup reserves. That's so Canadian eh?

What are we going to tap next, our poutine reserves?
 

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I've had unopened Maple Syrup jars and cans go bad (we have a museum for a pantry) so I'm wondering how stockpiling it works. And by "bad" I don't mean inedible, just that the taste is "off".

Personally, I want fresh syrup, not stuff that's been sitting in barrels for a few years.

I found this quote online and it similar to what I've experienced when someone gives you maple syrup, then you put it in the back of a shelf and forget about it:

"However, prolonged (more than two years) storage may cause the color of maple syrup to darken and the flavor may deteriorate slightly."
 
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