The artificial maple syrup is made from sugars of one type or another such as cane, beet, or corn syrup and is flavored artificially. There are both regular and sugar free "syrups". Real Maple Syrup is made by boiling down approximately 50 gallons of sap from the Sugar Maple or Hard Maple tree to make one gallon of Maple Syrup. Sap to syrup, nothing added, just 49 gallons of water taken away. The sap must be collected in the early spring when it is above freezing during the day and below freezing at night. Maple syrup is made in many of the New England states as well as Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and other northern states and parts of Canada. Because of the intense labor involved, real Maple Syrup costs $12-$15 a quart.
maple syrup is thicker
Maple syrup comes from the maple tree, cane syrup comes from sugar cane.
True maple syrup- Canada. Imitation maple-like syrupoid- USA
You can use any syrup you like; maple syrup, or imitation maple syrup (which is tremendously less expensive than real maple syrup) are the most easily available.
It means that the product contains at least some real maple syrup made the old-fashioned way by boiling down sap from maple trees instead of being made by just taking some corn syrup (or something similar) and just adding maple flavoring to it. When looking at the two products on store shelves, it is relatively easy to tell the difference. Real maple syrup costs between 10 and 20 times as much as the imitation stuff.
No processed food is kosher for Passover unless its label has a symbol of reliable Rabbinic supervision.
Corn oil is a type of oil like vegetable oil. Corn syrup is a very sweet liquid similar to maple syrup.
Maple syrup, maple syrup, and also maple syrup
Maple sap has not been collected, heated, sterilzed, etc. It is what comes directly from the maple tree. Maple syrup, on the other hand, is the product from maple sap that has undergone different processes (heating, sterilizing, etc.) to be packaged and put on the table for us to pour on our flapjacks or pancakes to eat.
No, maple syrup comes from the Maple tree. Corn syrup comes from corn.
There is no protein in maple syrup.