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What is your opinion on substituting extract for vanilla bean?

asked by slidedtd about 3 years ago
4 answers 651 views
_mg_0362
added about 3 years ago

totally fine. one teaspoon.

Prof
added about 3 years ago

thanks!

With_ab
added about 3 years ago

I only really mind doing this when it will MATTER (i.e. vanilla ice cream, vanilla yogurt, vanilla cookies...you see where this is going). If the vanilla is not the star flavor or doesn't need to be strong (caramel is a good example in my opinion), then extract works

Me_in_munich_with_fish
added about 3 years ago

Don't hesitate to substitute. As Jessica said, use vanilla bean where it will really shine.