Vannilla Facts


Plant family

Orchidaceae (orchid family)

Plant part used to extract essence
The ripe fruit (pod), frequently (but wrongly) called bean. Most of the fragrance resides in the seeds and the oily liquid surrounding the seeds.

The Process

 

Stages of production
The pods are harvested while green and immature. At this stage, they are odourless.

Curing
Both the vanilla orchid and the ripe vanilla bean lack aroma. It is only during the curing process that glucovanillin, a vanillin precursor formed during the ripening of the vanilla fruit, is enzymatically converted to glucose and vanillin.

Synthetic VS Natural

Pure natural vanilla
Pure natural vanilla is an extremely complex flavor. The major flavor component of vanilla beans is natural vanillin, which may appear as a white crystalline material on well cured aged beans. In addition, there are 300 other flavor components most of which are present in trace amounts.

Vannilla Magic

 

Vanilla is that great smelling liquid in the little brown bottle. By itself it doesn't taste nearly as good as it smells. But ad a few drops to your cookies, cakes, ice creams and chocolates and the magical flavor of vanilla is revealed!

Applications of vanilla

Most vanilla used in the food industry is in dairy products, followed by beverages, baked goods and confections.

Did You Know

 

Much more than just an ingredient in baked goods and a flavoring and can do wonders for most foods and beverages; it's also very useful in calming our minds and bodies and helping us to feel good.

Take a look at how many ways vanilla can be useful to us in our daily lives :
An antacid
Add a few drops to pineapple, fruit salads, or sauces containing citrus, to soften the sharpness and give it extra sweetening.

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