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Old 10-01-2006, 11:00 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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Hi to all:

I am selling 100% pure mexican vanilla extract la vencedora brand if
you are interested e- mail me.
this vanilla does not contain coumarin nor red #2.
it is FDA approvedˇ
it is a wonderful vanilla to cook with.

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Old 11-01-2006, 08:10 AM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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la vencedora actually does contain coumarin, as does almost all Mexican
vanilla

the temptation to cheat is just to high and profitable

coumarin will give you brain & liver damage

the only place I know who has real veracruz vanilla with no coumarin is
vanilla.com

i.e. the vanilla queen



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Hi to all:

I am selling 100% pure mexican vanilla extract la vencedora brand if
you are interested e- mail me.
this vanilla does not contain coumarin nor red #2.
it is FDA approvedˇ
it is a wonderful vanilla to cook with.

MMO Distributions.


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Old 11-01-2006, 04:29 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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john:


The last report from oasis Vs. La vencedora reads 2005 and its just
because it does not contain an english label please use this link.
http://www.fda.gov/ora/oasis/1/ora_oasis_i_28.html

at your service.


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Old 11-01-2006, 05:33 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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john:


here is a list of several products that are retained by the FDA and
here is a list
http://www.fda.gov/ora/fiars/ora_import_ia2807.html


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Old 12-01-2006, 01:51 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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vanillaman wrote:
Hi to all:

I am selling 100% pure mexican vanilla extract la vencedora brand if
you are interested e- mail me.
this vanilla does not contain coumarin nor red #2.
it is FDA approvedˇ
it is a wonderful vanilla to cook with.

MMO Distributions.


I prefer my SPAM with eggs not vanilla


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Old 13-01-2006, 01:31 AM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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thanks But I am not spaming thanks for your time every bodyˇ

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"vanillaman" wrote in
oups.com:

thanks But I am not spaming thanks for your time every bodyˇ


Advertising " I am selling 100% pure mexican vanilla extract.." is
NOT spam? ? ? ? ?

Do you see the word 'ad' or 'biz' in this group?

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Old 13-01-2006, 01:40 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is selling a vanilla by
Gaya, a brand I have never heard of (not that that means anything!). It
claims to be pure, but the label says it contains pure water in addition to
sugar. I thought vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla beans, nothing
else. Is that not correct?

The pavilion used to sell Neilsen-Massey, but it got too expensive.


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Old 13-01-2006, 01:52 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is selling
a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of (not that
that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but the label
says it contains pure water in addition to sugar. I thought
vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla beans, nothing
else. Is that not correct?


This may help,

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...btnG=Google+Se
arch

The pavilion used to sell Neilsen-Massey, but it got too
expensive.



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Old 14-01-2006, 12:49 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is selling
a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of (not that
that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but the label
says it contains pure water in addition to sugar. I thought
vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla beans, nothing
else. Is that not correct?


This may help,

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...btnG=Google+Se
arch


These people who can't do google searches themselves don't need fish.
They need to be taught to fish

The pavilion used to sell Neilsen-Massey, but it got too
expensive.


--Bryan



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Old 14-01-2006, 01:02 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
Paragon
 
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BoboBonobo wrote:
ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is selling
a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of (not that
that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but the label
says it contains pure water in addition to sugar. I thought
vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla beans, nothing
else. Is that not correct?


This may help,

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...btnG=Google+Se
arch


These people who can't do google searches themselves don't need fish.
They need to be taught to fish

The pavilion used to sell Neilsen-Massey, but it got too
expensive.


--Bryan


I am more than capable of using a search engine, thank you. I was looking
for some expert opinions and personal experience from people who might use
Mexican vanilla, instead of reading what the vendors write to sell their
products.


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Old 14-01-2006, 02:31 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
ann
 
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"Paragon" wrote in
news
BoboBonobo wrote:
ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is
selling a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of
(not that that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but
the label says it contains pure water in addition to sugar.
I thought vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla
beans, nothing else. Is that not correct?


Futher info from http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/vanilla.htm

" Pure extracts may still contain some sugar, corn syrup, caramel,
colors as well as stabilizers. Pure vanilla extracts must contain
at least 35% alcohol. FDA requirements are a minimum of 13.35
ounces of vanilla beans to a gallon of a minimum of 35% alcohol to
65% water mixture. "

and...

"A natural vanilla flavoring is derived from vanilla beans but has
little or no alcohol typically a maximum of 2% - 3%. This is a
product preferred by many people not wanting to use alcohol based
extracts. Flavorings may also have some sugar and a glycerin or a
propilene (polyproylene) glycol base*. Flavorings are commonly
used in cooking and baked goods both at home as well as in
commercial establishments."


Does that help?



http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...a%22+vanilla+b
ean&btnG=Google+Search
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Old 14-01-2006, 11:23 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
news
BoboBonobo wrote:
ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is
selling a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of
(not that that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but
the label says it contains pure water in addition to sugar.
I thought vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla
beans, nothing else. Is that not correct?


Futher info from http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/vanilla.htm

" Pure extracts may still contain some sugar, corn syrup, caramel,
colors as well as stabilizers. Pure vanilla extracts must contain
at least 35% alcohol. FDA requirements are a minimum of 13.35
ounces of vanilla beans to a gallon of a minimum of 35% alcohol to
65% water mixture. "

and...

"A natural vanilla flavoring is derived from vanilla beans but has
little or no alcohol typically a maximum of 2% - 3%. This is a
product preferred by many people not wanting to use alcohol based
extracts. Flavorings may also have some sugar and a glycerin or a
propilene (polyproylene) glycol base*. Flavorings are commonly
used in cooking and baked goods both at home as well as in
commercial establishments."


Does that help?


Yes. Thank you. Makes a little more sense to me. I myself can't tell the
difference between Mexican vanilla and the Tahitian, for example, but I
realize that some people can. But I think I would rather have something
made from the very basic ingredients. The problem is the product needs
something to have a shelf life for retail sales? I might just get some
beans and a quart of vodka, and make it myself.....for what little I would
use in a season of baking, anyway.


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"BoboBonobo" wrote in message
oups.com...

ann wrote:
"Paragon" wrote in
ink.net:

Speaking of vanilla, the Mexican pavilion at Epcot is selling
a vanilla by Gaya, a brand I have never heard of (not that
that means anything!). It claims to be pure, but the label
says it contains pure water in addition to sugar. I thought
vanilla extract is 35% alcohol and vanilla beans, nothing
else. Is that not correct?


This may help,

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...btnG=Google+Se
arch


These people who can't do google searches themselves don't need fish.
They need to be taught to fish

The pavilion used to sell Neilsen-Massey, but it got too
expensive.


--Bryan


Be very afraid.................google police!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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