You live in zip 78076 and where can you buy gfs pure lemon extract 32 oz and almond extract?
Lemon Extract - spiceplace.com- up to 1 quart size, Almond extract 32 oz. Amazon.com
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Answer . Lemon extract is a concentrated oil taken from the peels of lemons, but it can also be synthetically manufactured. It's used in many cooking recips and home heal…th products for its smell and astringent qualities.
It is a flavoring produced by combining bitter-almond oil with ethyl alcohol. The flavor is very intense, so the extract should be used with care.
Found at:Most almond extract doesn't come from almonds. Most commercial "pure almond extracts" are actually made from the kernels of peach or apricot pits . These kernels hav…e the same flavor compounds as almond oil but they are less expensive to obtain and process. Similar compounds can be derived synthetically in labs or from cassia (a plant with a flavor similar to cinnamon). ... The compounds released from peach and apricot pits are bioidentical to those in almond. . . .
A peach pit!
The alcohol content can vary depending on the maker of the extractand can be as high as 83%, such as in McCormick lemon extract.Vanilla is the only extract that has a standard… of identity, whichestablishes the legal criteria that must be met before a productcan be labeled vanilla extract. This is not the case with otherextracts. As a result, the term "pure extract" when used todescribe flavors besides vanilla is open to interpretation. Alcohol is used in most extracts because the taste and fragrance ofmany plants are contained in their essential oils, and those oilsare easily extracted by distilling them and dissolving them inalcohol, which keeps the oil in suspension.
how do you extract ephedrine out of almond extract Almond oil doesn't yield ephedrine, but synthetic bitter almond oil yields Benzaldehyde which can be fermented to give l-…PAC (l-Phenylacetyl carbinol) which can be reduced with Al foil & mercury chloride (Al/Hg amalgam) to get l-ephedrine (l is the active isomer of ephedrine, it reduces to d-DMPEA)
Lemon extract typically consists of lemon oil, water, and alcohol. I have been (so far) unsuccessful at discovering the expectant Ph level of lemon oil. In this concoction …it is most probably lemon peel oil diluted and thinned (the alcohol cooks out) so I'll probably have to buy some blue litmus paper to see for myself. (Stumbled upon this while searching, replaced previous inadequate answer of "Lemons!!!")
I dont know, But i wouldn't test it.
Depending on how far past the expire date it is, it may not be quite as strong but it doesn't spoil.
you can buy almond extract in almost any grocery store in the same aisle as the vanilla extract.
Different flavors and almond is a stronger flavor.
Yes it does, it also burns though too. I think it has 84% alcohol in it.
While using vanilla extract the real stuff is always best. Yet when dealing with almond extract, it's the other way round! Real almond extract is actually poisonous to humans.… It isn't sold in the supermarket; only the imitation stuff is... But in this case, the fake stuff is best!
They're both flavorings, so as long as you don't mind the almond taste, why not?
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You can always use a different flavoring/extract..but you will have a different flavored recipe.
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Not if you put it in your fuel tank.