when i tried dipping my pH paper into vanilla it didn't work!!! It stayed the same colour! SO... maybe i am guessing it is like 3 cause that is the colour of my paper or it just didn't work!! sorry, i looked up this question and it wasn't answered so here i am typing in an answer which i am guessing. Anyone want to improve this??
Vanilla essence and vanilla extract are not the same. Vanilla essence is artificial, and vanilla extract comes from pure vanilla.
Extract in "vanilla extract" is simply the liquid extracted from the insides of a vanilla bean.
Vanilla Extract is the extract from the vanilla pod. Whereas vanilla flaouring is a synthetic product.
Vanilla extract is a liquid. You will want to use a Pure Vanilla Extract for optimum results.
Vanilla Extract is extracted from vinilla hence the word extract
You cannot use vanilla essence instead of vanilla extract in a recipe. This is because vanilla essence is not the same things as vanilla extract.
Unless specified otherwise vanilla in a recipe is generally vanilla extract.
Yes, you can replace vanilla powder with vanilla extract, but the vanilla extract will be more stronger. So, when adding the vanilla extract, make sure you only add a little or the whole recipe will be ruined
No. Pure vanilla extract should contain only vanilla & alcohol.
No. Vanilla soda extract will have other ingredients added to it (corn syrup, sugar/sweeteners, etc) vanilla extract generally only consists of vanilla beans, alcohol, and water.
No, you will not need vanilla extract.
You can get a bottle of vanilla extract at any grocery store.
Vanilla extract is mostly alcohol which does not freeze.
with vanilla extract its a more substituted flavor and cheaper than a vanilla beans
1 tablespoon is the serving size for vanilla extract. There are about 38 calories in 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract.
Vanilla extract can be substitute for vanilla essence on a 1:1 basis (e.g 1tsp of vanilla extract is equal to 1tsp vanilla essence), on a strength-for-strength basis at least. But the flavour of vanilla essence will never be as good as the flavour from vanilla extract, no matter how much of it you use.
about a tablespoon of extract (or essence) of vanilla. or vanillin (imitation vanilla) extract.
Yes. Vanilla extract & "Pure" Vanilla are generally the same.
Yes, French Vanilla flavoring can be substituted for vanilla extract.
Vanilla flavoring can in fact be substituted 1:1 for vanilla extract. In other words, if your recipe calls for 1 tsp. of vanilla extract you would use 1tsp of vanilla flavoring.
unless you want whatever you are baking to taste of mint, no. that is why it is called mint extract, because it is minty, but vanilla extract is vanilla tasting.
No, there are 6 classes of nutrients and vanilla extract isn't one of them.