BINESHII PURE MAPLE SYRUP 12 oz.

BINESHII PURE MAPLE SYRUP 12 oz.

BINESHII

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BINESHII PURE MAPLE SYRUP IN A 12 oz. GLASS BOTTLE. 

 

AWARD WINNING 100% PURE AMBER MAPLE SYRUP. TREAT YOUR PALATE WHEN ENJOYING FRENCH TOAST, PANCAKES, OR WAFFLES WITH THIS EXQUISITE MAPLE SYRUP. OUR MAPLE SYRUP HAS A RICH MAPLE FLAVOR AND A GOLDEN AMBER COLOR THAT YOU EXPECT FROM TRADITIONAL PURE MAPLE SYRUP. TRY A SWIRL IN YOUR FAVORITE JAVA BLEND.

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THE OJIBWE MAPLE SYRUP STORY 

               PAINTING TITLE NATIVE AMERICAN SUGAR BUSH CAMP 

A Native American woman placed her cooking pot under a maple tree before bed one evening, where she could easily find it the next morning when she would take it to the spring to gather water for cooking. When her partner came home from a long, unsuccessful day of hunting, in frustration he plunged his hatchet into the pulp of the maple tree above where the woman set the pot.

The next morning, the hunter woke early to resume his search for meat. When the woman woke, she noticed the cooking pot under the tree was already full of water. Assuming her partner filled the pot, she was silently thankful and began warming the water over the fire, hopeful that her hunter would bring home some meat to cook.

What she thought was water was actually sap from the maple tree. As the liquid boiled and steam rolled off from the pot, the woman discovered the liquid had darkened and the flavor sweetened. She had made the first pot of pure maple syrup.

Native Americans regarded the sap of the maple tree as a direct gift from the Great Spirit. They welcomed the sugaring season each year with a great thanksgiving celebration. Maple syrup was an important part of surviving the long, cold northern winters for the Native American people.