Does anyone know why Aunt Jemima syrup has an OU-D? Is it a situation like Oreos where it is on dairy equipment but the actual ingredients are non-dairy? I don't see anything in the ingredients that would denote that it's milchig... (see http://www.foodfacts.com/NutritionFac...)
I'd love to cook meat dishes with syrup. But is it not possible, or is the D a mistake?