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Is bourbon vanilla pod vegan?

Bourbon vanilla pod is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bourbon vanilla pod?

Bourbon vanilla pods are the long, slender, aromatic fruits of the Vanilla planifolia orchid, grown primarily in Madagascar, Comoros, and Réunion. The pods are hand-picked at peak ripeness, then cured and dried to develop their complex flavor and aroma, which is characterized by sweet, creamy, and floral notes with a hint of spice. Bourbon vanilla is considered the most popular and sought-after variety of vanilla due to its high quality and intense flavor. Its unique flavor and fragrance make it a favorite ingredient in a wide range of dishes, from desserts to savory dishes, adding a touch of luxury and indulgence to any recipe.

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