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    Where are the instructions?

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    "In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine the sugar and water together, stirring often until the sugar is completely dissolved. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer until it thickens to the same consistency as maple syrup. Remove from heat and add the flavorings of your choice."

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    A set of these would make a great gift. Three bottles of syrup and a can of coffee would be easily equal in value to a $50 gift certificate to Starbucks.

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    Can vanilla extract be used instead of vanilla oil? If so, about how much would be needed.

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    Going to have to try this. Looks like it would be great. Question can you use kool-aide to flavor it? Has anyone tried this? Let me know. Thanks.

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    I have made mint syrup for iced tea before with fresh mint and dried mint. Both are equally tasty, though the syrup from dried mint is greener than the fresh. I also can it to use during the year ans I do drink iced tea all year now that I gave up sodas.

 

 

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