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Old 08-04-2013, 11:48 AM   #6749
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My ex's father would make maple syrup every spring and we all would assist at the evaporator. High tec process. You keep a fire burning 24/7 during the evaporating, keep the sap flowing in a rate that the sloped evaporator never gets uncovered and the boil off ratio is between 36:1 and 40:1 and you get good syrup.

If you are buying MAPLE SYRUP the ingredients section of the packaging (can, bottle or wax paper thing-a-me) should read maple sap and nothing else. I have seen all kinds of concoctions being passed of as genuine maple syrup and they lie.

BTW I'm with Dunner here, gimme Mrs Butterworth any time. BTW I may be wrong on the ratios but should be close.
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Old 08-04-2013, 11:48 AM   #6750
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I think by now this thread gotta be a zombie with all the death attempts made on it. The undead thread!!

Wow, it now has bacon and zombie involved, it can never really die

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The original topic is the problem. It is a paradox for the mods ... No postings to this thread can be considered off topic. Go to mutant thread for paradox discussion and solution.
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If every member simply answered Yes or No - this thread would be much longer, and live forever as new members come onboard.

I have looked at my posts and have killed many. The question that remains - is it a good or bad thing to be a thread killer? Don't all answer at once...
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Old 08-04-2013, 02:42 PM   #6753
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This thread is like superman, can't be killed. All the Bacon infusions make it that much more un-killable!!
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Are you sure?
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If every member simply answered Yes or No - this thread would be much longer, and live forever as new members come onboard.

I have looked at my posts and have killed many. The question that remains - is it a good or bad thing to be a thread killer? Don't all answer at once...
If the thread was meant to die.....it probably would have.
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Are you sure?
Can I telephone a friend?
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Can I telephone a friend?
Are you asking the audience.... If you can phone a friend? That's two lifelines at one time!
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Are you asking the audience.... If you can phone a friend? That's two lifelines at one time!
What if your friends phone is in the audience?
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If every member simply answered Yes or No - this thread would be much longer, and live forever as new members come onboard.

I have looked at my posts and have killed many. The question that remains - is it a good or bad thing to be a thread killer? Don't all answer at once...
Yes!

No... wait... No!

Hmmmm.... Maybe!
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Well no is almost maybe, and maybe usually leads to yes! What was the question?
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Well no is almost maybe, and maybe usually leads to yes! What was the question?
When asked if bacon is good for you, 4 out of 5 doctors say.....?
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