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64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup EXPIRED

shaggymatt 331 December 29, 2012 at 06:54 AM in Grocery (2)
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Promoted 12-30-2012 at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Hidden Springs Maple has 64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup on sale for $27.37 - 10% off coupon code 335HSM4 = $24.63. Shipping is free. Thanks shaggymatt

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Edited December 29, 2012 at 08:27 PM by widgit
Hidden Springs Maple has grade A quart and half gallons of pure maple syrup on sale for 25% off.

https://hiddenspringsmaple.com/sh...ex&cPath=3

The half gallons are the best deal because you get free shipping at $25. Quarts are also on sale.

Sale price is $27.37
Coupon code for 10% off: 335HSM4
Price per half gallon: $24.64

I actually ordered two half gallons, total order was $49.27 with Free Shipping. Pretty good deal for great syrup.

In my haste, I ordered two individual half gallons. A bit further down on the page, there was a bundle pack, which would have been $49. A few cents worth of savings, but it all adds up..

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#61
Wow....this stuff must be great...they used 11 words to describe syrup....not including the size.....I should get some.
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Quote from amber1111 View Post :
Never tried "real" maple syrup before, but I'm giving it a try. Thanks op!
no need for the quotes, if it comes from a maple tree it/s real, if it comes from HFCS it's fake. You're free to like whichever, but the reality of the situation is the word maple means something.
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#63
does this stuff ever spoil? or is it good forever like honey?


Quote from shaggymatt View Post :
Hidden Springs Maple has grade A quart and half gallons of pure maple syrup on sale for 25% off.

https://hiddenspringsmaple.com/sh...ex&cPath=3

The half gallons are the best deal because you get free shipping at $25. Quarts are also on sale.

Sale price is $27.37
Coupon code for 10% off: 335HSM4
Price per half gallon: $24.64

I actually ordered two half gallons, total order was $49.27 with Free Shipping. Pretty good deal for great syrup.

In my haste, I ordered two individual half gallons. A bit further down on the page, there was a bundle pack, which would have been $49. A few cents worth of savings, but it all adds up..
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Quote from ynotronnie View Post :
Wow....this stuff must be great...they used 11 words to describe syrup....not including the size.....I should get some.
11 words AND this thread is going crazy !!! There must be some crazy Vermont syrup freaks on here!! I mean, HELLO, iTS MAPLE SYRUP!! LMAO.... MAPLE SYRUP.. Almost as bad as those affecionados that go gaagaa over the cane sugar coke!!!

(here comes the replies coz I know I hurt someones feelings.hehehehe)
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Quote from mwinky View Post :
Are they Super Troopers?
Quote from bosoxdanc View Post :
Also about Vermont, so quite relevant to this thread. :-)
Actually, the most amazing thing that I could offer this thread, though slightly depressing for me, is the syrup scene and the diner to which it was shot, "Ms Cozy Corner" was a mile away from my home in fishkill ny. (About hour thirty from city along the hudson river)

SERIOUSLY:

The best french toast this man, right here, has ever eaten. Even before I knew about Super Troopers! An old guy ran it, an out of place SUPER HOT russian gal worked there, and I only ate there one time. It closed shortly after and I never found out why...

There will always be a place in my heart for that male order bride, I mean Ms Cozy Corner
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Quote from hesshouse View Post :
Not that great, Sams Club sells this for $13.28 for 32oz everyday...
Same for me. I dropped my Sams membership, because just like this situation, I found that similar or better prices can be found without having to pay the membership fees.

With that said at Sams it's $53.12 per gallon to $49 per gallon in this sale. And this comes to your front door.
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does this stuff ever spoil? or is it good forever like honey?
Fwiw, my store bought maple syrup, the expiration date is still two years out. Who knows how long they warehoused it.
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Quote from d504 View Post :
does this stuff ever spoil? or is it good forever like honey?
Not forever but it can be kept for an extremely long time. It needs to be kept as air tight as possible in a cool location out of the way of radiant heat. ie don't leave it in the sun, and don't let it breathe as much as possible. Most people put it in the fridge, but you can also leave the big jug in the basement and keep a smaller container in the fridge.

You can microwave it to warm it up, or place in your non-plastic serving container and place that in a pan of boiling water to bring to your desired temperature. Enjoyment temperature varies depending on the person.

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(here comes the replies coz I know I hurt someones feelings.hehehehe)
sarcasm duly noted.
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Quote from TinCanFury View Post :
Not forever but it can be kept for an extremely long time. It needs to be kept as air tight as possible in a cool location out of the way of radiant heat. ie don't leave it in the sun, and don't let it breathe as much as possible. Most people put it in the fridge, but you can also leave the big jug in the basement and keep a smaller container in the fridge.

You can microwave it to warm it up, or place in your non-plastic serving container and place that in a pan of boiling water to bring to your desired temperature. Enjoyment temperature varies depending on the person.
TinCanFury has it right. Keeping it away from high temperatures is especially important. Most people refrigerate after they open the container, It can also be frozen. "StillTasty.com indicates that 100 percent pure maple syrup should keep for a year unopened in the pantry, a year opened in the refrigerator, and indefinitely in the freezer."

You can also make awesome maple syrup candies. We just ran out so this is great timing.
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#70
I'm not a maple syrup kind of guy, I just usually add a bit of butter. But I NEVER eat the fake syrup. It's disgusting and anyone who thinks HFCS and maple are the same thing is going to save a lot of money. Well, maybe not in the long run, idk if HFCS is bad for humans, I stay away from it, but who knows.
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Haha!
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Quote from zodiac711 View Post :
Would have been nice if the Organic were on sale, but WTF... In for 2xhalf gallons... TU & Rep'd.
Organic 150+ year old trees? What??
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#73
A lot of misinformation flying around....
As TinCanFury stated, yes, it can be stored for a while, but MUST be airtight and cool or else it will mold and ferment.

Grade A vs Grade B... so many people misunderstand this. It really only has more to do with WHEN the sap was tapped,than with quality. Grade A is lighter in color than B. Both need to be a minimum sugar concentration. B tastes richer than A. The lighter the syrup, the lighter the taste. The color difference is due to the starting concentration of sugars in the sap and the fact that it will begin to caramelize.

Organic... really this is mostly hocus pocus and paying to be certified. There's not really any difference now days due to regulations. Some tappers use to put a chemical in the hole to prevent it from closing up, but there's better methods now. If you pay for organic syrup, you're paying for the certification, that's it.

Lastly, syrups range in flavor dramatically. It's mostly due to what type of maple tree is tapped. They can tap all varieties of Maples, as well as Boxelder (it's technically a maple). Sugar Maple trees are the best, since their sugar concentration is the sap is higher. The higher the starting concentration, the less you have to boil, and the less you'll break down the sugars, yielding a softer, yet strong maple flavor.

I wish I could find some way to figure out what percentages of different trees each place taps. That would be gold.

Regardless, this is a good deal, so enjoy.
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Quote from amber1111 View Post :
Never tried "real" maple syrup before, but I'm giving it a try. Thanks op!
I hadn't either until just a couple of weeks ago. The first time I was a little iffy, the second time and thereafter, I could never imagine using the "fake" or "regular" syrup again!
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#75
is it dead??
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