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Wild Vanilla can be used as a healthy replacement for vanilla extract. Add it to your recipes for a bright and aromatic touch to a dish! It is very potent Non-GMO, Chemical and fertilizer-free, Vegan and Paleo; Just a few reasons why Wild Vanilla is superior to the mass-produced, low quality vanilla products that comprise the bulk of the market. Wild Vanilla is an Antioxidant Powerhouse Superfood! This potent concentration of wild nutrients helps reduce inflammation, regulate metabolism and aids in nervous system function! Mix and match any Wild Foods products.
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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I am having a very hard time understanding all of the glowing, positive reviews on this product. I will consider them suspect at best, now, since my experience with this "Wild Vanilla Powder" has has been just the opposite. First, I swore I was ordering the 4 oz size, but I ended up with a 1 oz.
Regardless, I was excited to tr it anyway, as I have been experiencing a lot of food allergies and health problems and have had to REALLY clean up my diet. My intent for this powder was to blend into my Bulletproof coffee and maybe make some sweet treats down the road a bit, once I get past this clean-up phase.
Not sweet, not sour, and certainly not vanilla. Vanilla beans are naturally aromatic, so the absence of smell was a huge disappointment. Ever the optimist, I decided to try it anyway. It certainly does not have a vanilla flavor. I knew, going in, that it would not blend well in coffee, and that was ok. It did not. In fact, even when mixing well with an immersion blender, it still surfaces and separates very quickly. Had it given me even a hint of flavor, I would have made it work I have a nose like a bloodhound and can single out spices in foods fairly easily.
I don't know if my particular bag was simply old stock or something different altogether, but it was NOT like any vanilla powder I have ever tried before. What Smell? I usually won't leave a bad review, but I am so dissapointed I can't stand it!! Money wasn't even in the cards when I purchased this..
I asked the question, was this used for anything else before being ground and I was assured it was not. Well I was so very excited to get this so I could make my infused coconut oil. Opened the bag and nothing, but a cardboard smell!
I don't know where these 5 star reviews are coming from, maybe I got a bad batch.. I did a blind test on my husband to be sure that it wasn't my nose.. He said the same, but he said it smelled like wood. I am infusing 2 table spoons, if by chance it changes while infusing I will change my review, but for now I want my money back! Sugar Snap Peas Top Contributor: I've just started making chia seed pudding and tried to make a vanilla-flavored one using regular vanilla extract.
But since the pudding isn't cooked, you can taste the alcohol in the extract. I considered all the other vanilla alternatives - vanilla paste, vanilla powder, and vanilla bean powder. I chose Vanilla Bean Powder because it seemed it would be the easiest to use.
It incorporates very easily into my hand-mixed pudding, and it's easy to scoop up a little bit with a spoon and add to my blender-mixed smoothies without having to use a spatula to get every last little vanilla speck as with a paste. The flavor it added to the pudding was great - strong vanilla without the bite of alcohol.
Yes, the price is very expensive, but so are whole vanilla beans. Now, since this is my very first purchase of vanilla bean powder, I have nothing else to compare it to.
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But the Wild Foods product seems top-quality - the vanilla aroma is very strong, and the powder is very dark and rich. I'm pleased with my purchase. I may try to make my own vanilla bean powder in the future, but for now, this one meets my needs. I was not given an incentive to leave this review. Many pastry chefs like to use Tahitian vanilla in recipes such as fruit tarts because of its lively, exotic flavor. The vanilla extract that can be bought on the supermarket shelf is called single fold extract.
The government through the FDA actually regulates the amount of vanilla beans that must be used in order for a product to be labeled as Pure Vanilla Extract.
Double fold vanilla extract , used more by commercial bakeries, contains double the amount of vanilla beans per gallon of alcohol. It is more expensive, but you get more vanilla flavor for the amount used. First, it is important to remember a teaspoon of ground vanilla is a "dry" measure, whereas a teaspoon of pure vanilla extract is a "liquid" measure. So there is already not an exact equivalence between the two. Remember also, Amadeus' pure ground vanilla is a very high quality product, made from only Grade 1 extraction-grade beans, so it has a lot of flavor in it.
Most ground vanilla on the market is made from leftover or damaged beans that could not be sold as whole beans -- either "gourmet" or extraction-grade -- and so can be very low in flavor components such as vanillin, the principal flavor component that gives most vanilla its characteristic flavor. Click here for more information on our pure ground vanilla. We recommend you experiment a bit and satisfy your own taste, and then keep a record for future use. What is that white substance that I see on the tips or surface of the beans - is that mold? Unfortunately, it might be mold, but do not throw your beans away - they are still good!
While vanilla beans historically have rarely been susceptible to mold issues, we regret to report we have recently been experiencing some instances of mold appearing on our gourmet vanilla beans and even sometimes on our extract-grade beans. From the best information we can gather from long-time colleagues in the vanilla business, this is most likely due to over-pollination of the vanilla vines in the field, thus weakening the root stock, and making the beans more susceptible to infestation.
Needless to say, we do our best to put all the vanilla beans we receive through a Quality Assurance inspection, and will not ship any beans before visually examining them. Here is the best information we have gathered from reliable sources regarding the white vanilla mold we have been seeing recently: The mold just grows on the outside of the beans and doesn't really affect the beans themselves.
The mold comes from the source country - it does NOT develop just from the surrounding air, as bread or cheese mold does. Also, unlike bread or cheese mold, it does NOT make the vanilla beans stale or unusable. To the best of our knowledge, this mold is not harmful we have not even heard of any allergic reactions to vanilla mold, and in fact the mold may be actually related to the same mold that is used to make penicillin! First and most importantly, separate any beans showing any evidence of mold from the rest of your "good" vanilla beans.
You can also spread them out on a drying rack like an oven rack in a sunny window or, better yet, outside in direct sunlight for a couple of hours after wiping off the excess mold. Sunlight and heat will kill the mold and also absorb any excess moisture in the beans that the mold seems to proliferate in.
If you are using the beans to make home made extract, this is perfect, since you are putting the beans in the vodka itself i. Since heat also kills mold like the sunlight treatment we recommend , using the beans in a recipe for cooking or baking, after wiping off the excess, will also do the trick.
Click here for our other recommendations for storing your vanilla beans. One last comment: Sometimes, due to temperature and humidity conditions, or how the beans are stored, the vanillin in the beans vanillin being the principal flavor component in vanilla beans that gives them their characteristic vanilla flavor will actually crystalize out to the surface of the beans. You can see this in the picture of vanilla beans we have at the top of our website - see the white spots and lines on the beans on the far right side of the picture?
This is a good thing -- it shows the high quality of the vanilla beans that they have such a high vanillin content! If you warm the beans up a bit, the vanillin will usually melt back into the beans. But you can use them just as they are, as well. If your beans do go moldy within a short time after your purchase, please contact us to let us know, and, if you wish, we will process an exchange or refund. I just got my order of Grade 1 Extract Vanilla Beans from you and they are all dried out, shriveled and kind of brittle.
They look terrible - not anything like vanilla beans I've gotten from the store or online. Is that the way they are supposed to be? Is that normal?
The important point is, that what they do not lose when they break into pieces is the flavor components in the beans, that is, the chemical compounds that create the vanilla flavor that will "extract out" into the alcohol when they are used to make vanilla extract. The longer beans or pieces will actually degrade in the same way as shorter pieces during the extraction process, so you would find little difference there, either. So that's actually somewhat of an advantage of your getting the smaller pieces than larger ones!!
Splitting these beans open and scraping the insides is actually not necessary or even desirable when you are using extract-grade beans to make home made vanilla extract. You may want to refer to our recipe for making home made vanilla extract, which you can get to by clicking here. In fact, as I indicated above, the extraction will actually go faster with smaller pieces.
Because there is very little moisture i. If you only used the scraped-out insides of the beans to make your extract, you would be wasting all the flavor that is contained in the outside pod, of which there is plenty! We hope this additional information helps. With all that being said, if you are not happy with the beans you received, please feel free to return them.
We can exchange the extract-grade beans for nicer looking gourmet-grade beans, or if you prefer a refund, we can arrange that, too. So if you want to exercise either of those options, please contact us by telephone at our office our contact information is at the bottom of this page or click here and fill out the Contact Request form.
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We will do our best to accommodate you. All rights reserved. All trademarks and servicemarks are the properties of their respective owners. Which beans are right for me? We suggest you try a few of each type and see which variety you prefer.