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  • Answer: You can purchase artificial vanilla extract from pretty much any grocery store - look in the baking goods aisle by the spices.  If you are looking for natural vanilla extract, you can generally find it side-by-side with the artificial stuff, but the price will be several times higher.
  • Answer: Vanilla can be grown from seeds from the Vanilla Bean Orchid thathave matured for a nine month period. Since it is so difficult,this is difficult to achieve for the average gardener.
  • Answer: Commercial "pure" vanilla extract is regulated by the FDA at 35% alcohol (70 proof) so I suppose if you drank enough of it you could get drunk.
  • Answer: Vanilla is obtained from the seed pod of a specific orchid Vanilla planifolia.
  • Answer: Theres 2 parts of the flower that attract insects and that is the bright coloured petals and there scented and also the nectary attracts them too
  • Answer: There is a rare tropical flower called "The Parrot Flower" this may be what you are looking for.
  • Answer: Undoubtedly the country with the most vanilla extract is Bulgaria. This mere fact has been the source of conflict for hundreds of years.
  • Answer: A borrower (typically a company) will issue a bond in return for a loan. The bond is the finanicail instrument whereby the issuer promises to repay the loan (the bond face value amount) by a certain date. The bond instrument will state the applicable terms and conditions including the date for repayment and the interest rate.
    A vanilla bond will be a simple repayment plus interest instrument.
  • Answer: Vanilla is derived from orchids of the genus Vanilla (making it the only fruit bearing member of the orchid family) which was originally native to Mexico.
    Vanilla planifola, Vanilla tahensis, and Vanilla pompona are the three major variants and are grown around the world in Madagascar, Reunion, etc (Bourbon Islands), Tahiti & other South Pacific Islands, and Central/South America, respectively
    Vanilla plant!
  • Answer: Yes chocolate is deffinately sweeter because vinalla is gross
  • Answer: Storing vanilla beans in the freezer or refrigerator will add moisture to the beans causing them to mold and or harden. Store them in a dark cool place in an airtight container and they will last you a couple of years!
  • Answer: You can buy it from Metro!!

What flower does the vanilla pod come from?

  • Vanilla is derived from orchids of the genus Vanilla (making it the only fruit bearing member of the orchid family) which was originally native to Mexico.

    Vanilla planifola, Vanilla tahensis, and Vanilla pompona are the three major variants and are grown around the world in Madagascar, Reunion, etc (Bourbon Islands), Tahiti & other South Pacific Islands, and Central/South America, respectively

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