A common name for fructose is corn syrup. Fructose is the sugar that is found in fruit. Corn syrup is used in cooking. If corn syrup is used in a recipe, it will usually call for less sugar to be added.
Maple trees grow in all countries of the Northern Temperate Zone. The Maple Leaf is the emblem of Canada, the name of a bullion coin minted in Canada and the name of the Toronto professional ice hockey team
The red maple is also known as scarlet maple and swamp maple or Acer rubrum (Latin name).
The scientific name of a Norway maple is Acer platanoides.
Asfoetida is not a chemical compound (thus has no chemical name), it is found in Indian food recepies and used in mixed curry or peppery powders.
It's just a description - it's a syrup (a thick, sweet liquid) made from the sap of maple trees.
maple trees it is in the name they produce maple and maple farmers harvest the maple and then the freeze it into a thicker liquid with cane syrup witch comes from a cane plant. after it is done freezing they add sugar and other ingredents. then it is manufactured and put in a bottle, then sold.
You can get sugar from any tree, it comes in the form of sap. However, the sugar maple has the highest concentration of sugar and is the best for making maple syrup.
Yes, I think so. Especially if the cat is a honey-syrup-caramel colour.
maple syrup, beaver tails (that is not actuallybeaver tails its the name of the food) and poutine.
They used the forests for wood (longhouses, palisades, canoes etc.), they made maple syrup from maple sap (the first maple syrup.) and they also used it for the animals (moose, deer, rabbits etc.). Does that answer what you are looking for? (I forgot to log in so i am just reposting it.)
Maple Syrup and Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream or Morgan horses and dairy products.
Maple trees are a deciduous tree sometimes used for syrup, lumber, or decoration, of the Genus Acer. There are many recognized species of maple, most notably Acer saccharum(sugar maple), Acer rubrum (red maple), Acer palmatum(Japanese maple), Acer platanoides (Norway maple), Acer buergerianum (trident maple), Acer campestre (field maple), and Acer saccarinum (silver maple).
beaver tails... (they're not actual beaver tails that's just the name of them) maple syrup poutine (mostly in Quebec)