Birch For Breakfast? Meet Maple Syrup’s Long-Lost Cousins : The Salt : NPR

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Birch For Breakfast? Meet Maple Syrup’s Long-Lost Cousins : The Salt : NPR.

The Aunt Jemima alternatives vary, depending on the types of trees there are in a region. There’s made in Alaska, from Utah and Georgian .

“I’ve made syrup from yellow birch, white birch and butternut trees,” says Sam Thayer, a professional forager and author of who lives in, fittingly, Birchwood, Wis.

Click the link above to read more & I will try to add the recipes/directions to the proper section here on my blog as soon as possible.

 

 

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