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Vanilla extract

Ingredient Type: Flavoring (natural)

Vanilla extract is a common flavoring agent that is derived from the vanilla bean, which is the fruit of the vanilla orchid. It is a concentrated liquid that is made by steeping vanilla beans in alcohol and water.

Vanilla extract is often used in baking and cooking to add a sweet and aromatic flavor to foods. It is also sometimes added to protein powders and other supplements as a natural flavoring agent.

In addition to its flavoring properties, vanilla extract may also have potential health benefits. It contains antioxidants that can help to protect the body from damage caused by free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can contribute to the development of chronic diseases.

Vanilla extract is generally considered safe when used in recommended amounts.

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