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Vanillin is an aldehyde that naturally grows on vanilla pod when prepared as a spice.
As part of this product, it is 10% ethylvanillin, synthetic vanillin diluted in propylene glycol.
So present in baking dessert creams or creamy vanilla cookies, Vanillin has its place in e liquid diy for all gourmet recipes.
Vanilla extract from the maceration of vanilla beans in alcohol at best or a combination of vanillin and vanillic acid should not be confused.
Vanillin is a flavor.
Although synthetic, the ethylvanillin brings the same taste as natural vanillin but has an aromatic power 3 to 4 times higher.
This is why it should be dosed sparingly so as not to generate a bitter taste.
As a DIY additive, its role is to harmonize the flavors by highlighting the discrete aromas and tempering the dominant notes.
It allows to rectify a recipe by rebalancing the mixture. It often saves a wrong mix.
Because of its exceptional aromatic power, the dosage must be very controlled.
It is generally recommended to add 1 drop per ml to create harmony of tastes.
Although this product makes it possible to make your own liquid, it is primarily a food flavor that is easily invoked in desserts, drinks or yogurts.
We recommend a dosage ranging from a teaspoon (4ml) to a tablespoon (10ml) to obtain the desired vanilla taste.
Attempting to replace vanillin with a classic vanilla flavor will not have the same impact on a recipe as it will become the dominant note, not the flavor enhancer.