Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla | Giveaway

 
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  1. I learned this can be used in more savory dishes like BBQ sauce. I would’ve never thought!
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  2. I learned Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla

  3. Have you tried it in your crock pot ribs yet?

  4. I learned its named for the Bourbon islands of the coast of africa

  5. I learned its named for the Bourbon islands of the coast of africa

  6. ♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ says:

    Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla.

  7. PurpleLarkspur says:

    I learned that it is named for the Bourbon Islands off the coast of Africa

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  9. I learned Spicy Mexican Vanilla complements the flavor of cinnamon and can help reduce the acidity of tomato-based products like chili

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  10. That it is great for icecreams; I just got a IC maker, and need some delish ingredients!!
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  11. katychick says:

    they supply 60% of the worlds vanilla- wow
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  12. I never thought about adding vanilla to savoury dishes and I learned that I can after reading your review

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  14. Interesting! Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla!

    I completely agree that the quality of vanilla affects the outcome of food. Personally I love Trader Joe’s vanilla “paste”. :)

  15. This is what I learned from you :)

    my baking still tasted alright but it was never phenomenal but I never realized that quality of my vanilla affected the outcome so much

    I always wondered about that!

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  16. Anonymous says:

    I learned that there isn’t burbon in it, that the name is from the Bourbon Islands off the coast of Africa. Also, I am dying to try your rib recipe! :)

    Shannon
    getbig67@gmail.com

  17. I learned that vanilla can be used in salad dressings and BBQ sauce.

    nancy
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  18. I think this would be wonderful in snow ice cream, and would also be wonderful in my Great Grandma-Allen’s Pecan Pie recipe…I know you can really tell when a lesser vanilla is used!

  19. I did not know that the best vanilla comes from Madagascar

  20. I learned – Massey has a creamy, sweet, velvety flavor that is perfectly suited for a range of products from baked goods to ice creams, salad dressings to barbeque sauces.

  21. Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla.

  22. I learned that vanilla is not just for baking but can be used in savory dishes as well.

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  23. I learned that Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla. abrennan09@hotmail.com

  24. I learned that the world’s finest and most consistent vanilla comes from Madagascar.
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  25. Sue Sueper says:

    I learnt that Thomas Jefferson is credited with introducing vanilla to the United States in the late 1700s.

  26. I learned you used Madagascar vanilla to make Meringues.

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  27. Madagascar Bourbon vanilla does not have anything to do with the American whiskey of the same name, but is rather named for the Bourbon Islands off the coast of Africa.

  28. meredith m says:

    I learned Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla

  29. Giveaway Gal says:

    Madagascar has the best vanilla.

  30. I learned that Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla can be used in barbeque sauce. I wonder how that tastes? I never thought of using it either. Maybe I will try it in these kind of recipes. Thanks!

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  31. Jennifer L. says:

    I learned that the world’s finest and most consistent vanilla comes from Madagascar. I didn’t know that.
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  32. i learned that Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla

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  33. I learned that it is named for the Bourbon Islands off the coast of Africa

  34. couponing2ourdreams says:

    I learned you could use it in a dressing. I never would have though about using it in dressing.

  35. Madagascar supplies more than 60% of the world’s vanilla

  36. mystickitchen says:

    I honestly did not know that Madagascar supplied more than 60% of the world’s vanilla! that is interesting~ thank you for the informative review.. it is always nice to learn about great new products (especially when I can use them in my kitchen!)

  37. mystickitchen says:

    Shared on FB- guess I ran out of time to click “Enter” on this one: http://www.facebook.com/mystickitchen/posts/152447291540177

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