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  • Faye Bakhshi

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  • Evy

    Homemade Vanilla Extract 5-7 vanilla beans (.85 oz), split lengthwise 8 ounces of 35%+ alcohol (70+ proof) Use a knife to split the vanilla bean in half, leaving about ½ inch at each end intact. Put the vanilla beans in a glass bottle or jar and cover with vodka (or other alcohol). Close jar or bottle and store in a cool, dry place for at least 8 weeks. Give the bottle a shake every week or so.

  • Ruth & The Polar Bear

    Homemade Vanilla Extract Recipe | the vanilla bean blog

  • Stephanie Kiesow

    holiday food prep// a potent source of vitamin b, vanilla helps to promote healthy skin and hair. many benefits for women, and also has been shown to aid in relieving nausea. <3

  • Angela Wolfe

    homemade vanilla extract: totally doing this!!! could be a great gift!!!

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