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what does VE mean in a muffin base recipe?

muffin recipe

asked by Madstabear 3 months ago

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Madstabear
added 3 months ago

This is the Muffin Base recipe:

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boulangere
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added 3 months ago

I am guessing it is vanilla extract.

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HalfPint
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added 2 months ago

Is this in metric, ie grams? If so, wow that's a lot of vanilla extract. That's a really big batch of muffins ;)

cv
cv
added 2 months ago

I assume this is a commercial recipe in metric. There's another recipe on the same whiteboard that uses the gram abbreviation and there are zero references to any Imperial measurements (ounces, cups, quarts, etc.).

Plus, the quantities here are large enough where these are clearly not recipes for one pie or small servings.