I understand that birch trees can be tapped for sugary sap the same way.Alan
Ye-e-es, but don't use it on your pancakes. ;-p"The finished syrup is 66% sugar or more to be classified as a syrup. Birch sap sugar is about 42–54% fructose and 45% glucose, with a small amount of sucrose and trace amounts of galactose. The flavor of birch syrup has a distinctive and mineral-rich caramel-like taste that is not unlike molasses or balsamic condiment or some types of soy, with a hint of spiciness. Different types of birch will produce slightly different flavour profiles; some more copper, others with hints of wildflower honey. Many people remark that while Birch syrup has the same sugar content of maple it is far more savory than sweet." ~ Wikipedia
A few notes from Monday:GOP Lawmakers Avoid Univision [Click] Conceding ground, eh?https://politicalwire.com/2017/03/27/trumps-approval-falls/ [Click] Yesterday's figures as you read this…Storm Builds Around Nunes After Secret Visit [Click] This ought to be manna from Heaven for Saturday Night Live. The Ever-Deepening Mystery of Devin Nunes [Click]“A Russian bank under Western economic sanctions over Russia’s incursion into Ukraine disclosed on Monday that its executives had met Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and a top White House adviser, during the 2016 election campaign,” Reuters reports.--Alan
Repaired link:Trump’s Approval Falls Again to New Low--March 27, 2017 [Click]And here's the Reuters story about Kushner and the Russian bank--and Nunes, as it happens. [Click]--Alan
here is my favorite comment of the day on FB:Buck Beluga You walk into the Kremlin like you are walking on Putin's yacht. Your wig strategically dips below one eye, your skin is of apricot... (singing to You're So Vain by Carly Simon )
You have one eye in the mirror asYou watch yourself gavotte.
Who are you and what have you done with Gov LePage?[Click] LePage, sounding sensible? Or does it only seem so because of the Wacko-in-Chief?--Alan
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