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Lovefood Logo By Elizabeth Chorney-Booth of Lovefood | Slide 2 of 31: Technically, maple syrup was invented by indigenous peoples long before Canada even existed. The sweet liquid is inextricably linked to the province of Quebec, which is the largest producer of maple syrup in the world, thanks to its huge population of sugar maple trees. In Canada maple syrup is most commonly used on pancakes or waffles, but can also be found in meat marinades, cocktails, baked goods or salad dressings.

Maple syrup

Technically, maple syrup was invented by indigenous peoples long before Canada even existed. The sweet liquid is inextricably linked to the province of Quebec, which is the largest producer of maple syrup in the world, thanks to its huge population of sugar maple trees. In Canada maple syrup is most commonly used on pancakes or waffles, but can also be found in meat marinades, cocktails, baked goods or salad dressings.

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