1 Liter, CLEAR Cold Pressed Mexican Vanilla
Food and Meat Co-Op
Regular price $20.78
The Vanilla of the Valley! Everyone from Utah knows and loves this vanilla! Locally owned and operated out of Utah, this natural vanilla will take all your baked goods to the next level! Baking season is upon us, don't be caught without the best.
*Disclaimer: this product is separate from the co-op and is run by Vanessa's children to help support their love of sports. This item is tax exempt. A small process fee of 78¢ is added on to make sure you have your vanilla reserved for you on site.
FAQ's about the Vanilla:
Does your Mexican Vanilla contain Coumarin?
No. The FDA banned Coumarin in food products quite a few years ago which wiped out most of our competition in a hurry. As far as we know, there are only three companies allowed to export their vanilla from Mexico as a result. Coumarin is a blood thinner used in rat poisons that causes liver damage. That's one of the reasons you shouldn't buy your cheap vanilla just across the border.
What is the shelf life of Mexican Vanilla?
For liability reasons, we tell people 2 years... but we know of one customer who had hers for 7 years!
What % of alcohol is in your Mexican Vanilla?
What is Vanillin?
If you inspect the inner core of the vanilla bean you will discover small crystals that form on the inner layer of the pod. Those crystals contain much of the scent of the vanilla bean. It's true that a synthetic scent has been introduced into the Mexican market in recent years but that is not found in our Pure Mexican Vanilla.
What is the difference between Clear and Dark Vanilla?
Color ;-) Actually, the vanilla beans do not shed much color at all. Do you remember your last bowl of vanilla bean ice cream? You'll see a lot of little brown spots in the cream colored ice cream. Those little tiny spots are the actual vanilla beans. We have grown so accustomed to the brown color from imitation vanilla that we have added caramel coloring (made from molasses) to our darker versions of Mexican Vanilla. The darker version is by far our best seller too!
Is it ok for Mexican Vanilla to freeze?
Yes. Mexican Vanilla can freeze, thaw and still be used. Make sure it has thoroughly thawed before use.
THIS IS A PICKUP ONLY ITEM! NO HOME DELIVERY AVAILABLE THIS MONTH.
Schedule shared below.
Notes about pickup:
1. Social distancing happens because you do not leave your car. We come to you in the parking lot and wear masks to serve you, but there is no exposure to one another. This is a safe and in fact the best practice even for those in quarantine to be able to get fresh food still.
2. You can send anyone to pickup your order. It does not need to be you. This allows you to work around any scheduling conflicts you may have, so you don't miss out.
NEXT PICKUP SCHEDULE
SALT LAKE VALLEY:
Wednesday, October 14th: Salt Lake County, 10-11am,
Autism Solutions Parking Lot,1785 W 7888 S, West Jordan, UT 84088
Wednesday, October 14th: Davis County, 12:30-1:30pm,
Rocky Mountain Tumbling Parking Lot, 269 E 200 S, Clearfield, UT 84015
Wednesday, October 14th: Weber County, 2:30-3pm
Hub City Coffee Co. 3525 Grant Ave, Ogden 84405, United States
Friday, October 16th: Utah County, 12:30-1:30pm,
Xavier Paint Contracting Parking Lot, 96 N 1800 W, Unit 19, Lindon, UT 84042
Saturday, October 17th: North Ogden/Farr West Area, 9:30-10am,
IFA Country Stores, 1069 W 12th St, Ogden, UT 84404
Saturday, October 17th: Bountiful/Woods Cross Area, 11-11:30 am,
Exact location TBD
Saturday, October 17th: Murray Area, 12:30-1 pm,
Get Air Trampoline Park, 5546 South Express Way, S Murray Holladay Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Wednesday, October 28th: Cache Valley, 2:30-3:30pm,
IFA Country Stores, 2250 Main St, North Logan, UT 84341