Live Superfoods Vanilla Bean Powder, Organic, 2 oz
Brand: Live Superfoods
- For the demanding purist, we have developed a unique method for milling gourmet quality vanilla beans
- The process captures and intensifies the rich flavor profile of fresh and fragrant vanilla beans.
- Raw, Vegan, USDA Organic, Kosher, Gluten Free
- Each package contains 2 ounces.
Publisher: Live Superfoods
Details: Live Superfoods Ground Vanilla Bean Powder, 2 oz Nothing equals the complex aroma and dark, robust flavor of organic vanilla beans! For the demanding purist, we have developed a unique method for milling gourmet quality vanilla beans. This method captures and intensifies the rich flavor profile of fresh and fragrant vanilla beans. Pound for pound, our ground vanilla bean powders are more potent than vanilla beans. Ideal for baking, vanilla bean powder can withstand heat better than extracts. It's easy to use, economical, and waste free. Blend it with your favorite sugar for a delightful vanilla sugar or use it for savory applications in sauces and rubs. Vanilla Is Used To: Flavor foods, beverages, and medicines Scent perfumes and other body care and household products Promote sexual arousal Decrease anxiety Reduce nausea No preservatives, artificial flavors, additives or colors USDA-certified organic, raw, Kosher, vegan Vanilla beans are native to tropical areas and have been cultivated for both their flavor and their healing properties since Meso American times. The Totonaca people of the Gulf Coast of Mexico, probably the first to cultivate vanilla, continue to revere it as a sacred plant given to them by the gods. The Mayans, and later the Aztecs, used vanilla as an essential ingredient in their famous chocolate drink, Chocolatl, and it is still used to flavor many chocolates. There are many species of vanilla thriving around the world; about 110 species have been catalogued since the discovery of vanilla. The plant that produces the vanilla bean is an orchid. The family to which the species belongs is Orchidaceae, one of the largest families of flowering plants in the world. There are 700 genera in the family Orchidaceae and approximately 20,000 species. Orchids are best known for their beautiful flowers, which are economically