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Acer

trees of the family Aceraceae.

Acer rubrum
ingestion of wilted or dries leaves of this tree causes acute hemolytic anemia characterized by red urine, jaundice, anemia and methemoglobinemia in horses. Called also red maple, swamp maple.
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To celebrate the addition of maple into the New York State Grown & Certified program and to kick off the upcoming Maple Weekends, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul participated in the first ceremonial tree-tapping of the season at Smith's Maple Farm in Hamburg, Erie County.
The Maple Festival was in full swing and we'd get to see the entire process from the making of maple syrup to the finished meal.
It's important to get maple water when available since the trees only give about three gallons of sap per year.
Morgan brought several Omni chefs to maple syrup-producing regions in Vermont and Montreal this past spring for a week-long education, tasting and immersion experience.
The crime Since high school, popular Maple had dated Gurjinder 'Gary' Dhaliwal, 20, whom her friends described as being quiet.
One thing which is very important for the maple sugar is that it contains the antioxidants.
Many people prefer a lighter syrup on pancakes and waffles, but chefs generally gravitate toward a darker, more robust maple syrup when cooking with it or using it with savory foods.
Under New Hampshire's old standards, there were four consumer grades of maple syrup: Grade A Light Amber, Grade A Medium Amber, Grade A Dark Amber, and Grade B, a darker syrup that is commonly used in cooking and has a very strong maple flavor.
Bissell Maple Farm, a sixth generation family-owned and operated maple syrup farm in Ashtabula County, is proud to participate in The Ohio Maple Producers Association's annual Maple Madness Tour on the first, second, and third Saturdays in March.
The market research firm also notes that new international maple syrup grading standards put into effect in 2014 eliminate Grade B and carry the following taste and color descriptors: Grade A Golden (delicate taste), Grade A Amber (rich taste), Grade A Dark (robust taste) and Grade A Very Dark (strong taste).
Pacific coast maple, the largest maple species in North America and second most abundant hardwood species in the Northwest, is so named because its range extends from Southern California to British Columbia.
Maple Infusions candy is made with pure and natural maple sugar from the forests of Eastern Canada.