Vanilla Vanilla paste

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1 is a con­ve­nient al­ter­na­tive to vanilla beans: easy to store, less ex­pen­sive, and a long shelf life. Vanilla paste has a 1 to 1 ex­change with vanilla ex­tract.

2 Vanilla sugar can be pur­chased or made at home by scrap­ing the seeds from a vanilla bean into a jar, toss­ing with 2 cups of sugar, and seal­ing for two weeks. Use in place of reg­u­lar sugar. Sprin­kle it over cran­berry muffins or sugar cook­ies be­fore bak­ing.

3 Vanilla ex­tract is used when you want vanilla fla­vor but don’t want to see vanilla specks in the dessert.

4 Vanilla bean is the best way to de­liver vanilla fla­vor to cus­tards and liq­uids. Both seeds and pod can be used to in­fuse the taste. Stir the seeds into eggnog. The scraped seeds from one bean equal 1 ta­ble­spoon of ex­tract or paste. 5 Vanilla pow­der is in­ter­change­able with ex­tract. Use it to fla­vor hol­i­day cook­ies and other baked goods. Find top-qual­ity vanilla prod­ucts at nielsen­massey.com.

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