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Today, Madagascar vanilla beans are the most common and the most widely-used in the world. They are popular for their rich and deep vanilla tones, along with a buttery taste and creamy sensation when properly extracted. A favorite for ice cream, custards, pies, breads and any of your favorite desserts.
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Grade A Madagascar vanilla beans are usually oily, pliable and can be cut open to remove the caviar for use in other cooking applications in addition to their use in extract making.
To make your first extract, follow these 4 simple steps:
- Put 1oz of vanilla beans in an 8oz bottle or larger.
- If the beans are too tall, cut them in half (or fold them and insert them into the bottle fold first) to make sure they are fully submerged in the alcohol.
Fill the bottle with 8oz (1 cup) of your favorite spirit. Leave a little air on top.
- Close the lid and store the extract in a cool/dark place for 12 months. And just like that, your very own homemade vanilla extract!
There are lots of other tips and tricks to make thousands of different types of extracts at home using a variety of beans and different spirits. If you want to go down the extract-making rabbit hole, click here to dive in!
Here's a quick 7-minute video to show you how simple it really is.