Flavor is everything

Few people are aware that real vanilla extract can enhance the taste of a wide variety of dishes. Can one small company convince the public to use its product?

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May 17, 2012 11:47
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Since on Shavuot the custom for many is to eat dairy products, dessert can include real (non-parve) ice-cream and of course cheesecake.

What some might not realize is the fact that many of these desserts, including cakes, fine chocolates and of course ice cream, most likely include a natural ingredient extracted from the fruit of a member of the orchid family, whose purpose is to make those mouthwatering desserts taste even better.

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