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[Amazon.ca] Pure Vanilla Extract - Club House - 455ml - $28.61

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jrshopper wrote: The one the OP linked to is 15.3854 ounces, so a much better deal if you use it a lot. I use a Kirkland 473 ml bottle every 6 months at a minimum.
joefloater wrote: Twice the price of the OP one!
I saw 218 ml but it was 118, so the OP is better
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maverikbc wrote: It's $13/500ml on Amazon México FYI. It's organic, and I don't know if stores have lower price with generics:
https://www.amazon.com.mx/Vainilla-Pura ... ery&sr=1-1
Sold by a brand new seller who just launched and has zero feedback. Could be the fake stuff - the only other listing on Amazon Mexico for vanilla extract is almost 6x the price.

It could also just be cheaper stuff made with lower quality beans and/or at a lower concentration.
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maverikbc wrote: It costs so much here?

I buy for $2-3 in Mexico for half the size of the bottle in this thread. If it costs so much here, maybe I should bring whole a lot more for my cooking friends.
AM I your friend? Smiling Face With Sunglasses. Yes, real vanilla prices are extracting $ from our wallets. Lately I have been using artificial and I must say it is not too bad. I use mainy for baking.
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I think the price is really good and I use vanilla all the time when I am sweetening yogurt, cottage and for baking. I find the artificial vanilla does not have a strong rich taste. Plus at $28.61 that's basically half price when you buy the 118 ml bottle at the store. I am not sure what costco's price is but it's probably cheaper than that. Plus pure vanilla extract does not go bad and who knows if vanilla will go back down in price. Usually when something increases in price, it usually stays there when things go back to normally...
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maverikbc wrote: It costs so much here?

I buy for $2-3 in Mexico for half the size of the bottle in this thread. If it costs so much here, maybe I should bring whole a lot more for my cooking friends.
pure vanilla extract costs a lot at Costco (around $30/ small bottle).

China also sells "pure vanilla extract" for 40 RMB/small bottle ( $8 Cad)
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I'm still working through the 4 litre bottle from the deal last February: 3785 ml for $69.98. About halfway through the bottle. Will be painful when we have to buy more!
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hoody123 wrote: I'm still working through the 4 litre bottle from the deal last February: 3785 ml for $69.98. About halfway through the bottle. Will be painful when we have to buy more!

A lot of reviews later stated that it wasn't pure, and I ended up getting a refund from Amazon, after 90 days, Amazon also removed the some of the reviews for the 4lt and smaller bottles of Everland Pure Vanilla, I still have the bottle and my mother refuses to use it, since it ruined her Easter baking. Thats when I went back to read the reviews and saw all the complaints so I called and got a full refund
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2Riskit wrote: A lot of reviews later stated that it wasn't pure, and I ended up getting a refund from Amazon, after 90 days, Amazon also removed the some of the reviews for the 4lt and smaller bottles of Everland Pure Vanilla, I still have the bottle and my mother refuses to use it, since it ruined her Easter baking. Thats when I went back to read the reviews and saw all the complaints so I called and got a full refund
Yes,my grandmother called me and said it was crap.I will use the fake stuff if i need but not her.For the price though it should of been real.
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dainja wrote: I remember studying the vanilla molecule in chemistry class. Unlike most flavour molecules, it can be easily synthesized in a lab with 100% accuracy, so synthetic vanilla extract should be as good as the real thing if it’s from a reputable source/brand.
That's why Clear vanilla extract is much cheaper than Natural vanilla extract.
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szostalo wrote: Vanilin can be easily synthesized, yes. Actual vanilla extract contains many, many more compounds aside of vanilin. If you're baking/cooking vanilin is indeed as good as the real thing as the other compounds are volatile and are destroyed by heat. Ice cream etc. require the real stuff.
What about just flavoring for iced homemade drinks or shakes?
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I use a lot of vanilla and I usually buy the Kirkland brand from Costco. I switched to a cheaper brand last year then went back to Costco for the Kirkland stuff. Not sure if it's because I got used to the new taste or that particular Kirkland bottle was off, the alcohol taste was stronger and it was a bit sour, I could hardly smell vanilla when I opened the cap. I kept telling myself to try again but I couldn't get myself to use it more than once a month. The bottle has been sitting there for over 6 months. For those who are using the Kirkland brand, do you notice any difference?
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althetrainer wrote: I use a lot of vanilla and I usually buy the Kirkland brand from Costco. I switched to a cheaper brand last year then went back to Costco for the Kirkland stuff. Not sure if it's because I got used to the new taste or that particular Kirkland bottle was off, the alcohol taste was stronger and it was a bit sour, I could hardly smell vanilla when I opened the cap. I kept telling myself to try again but I couldn't get myself to use it more than once a month. The bottle has been sitting there for over 6 months. For those who are using the Kirkland brand, do you notice any difference?
We sell a cinnamon honey butter at farmers markets and online and go through a bottle of Kirkland's a month. Haven't noticed any difference but the price left a sour taste.
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qabloona wrote: We sell a cinnamon honey butter at farmers markets and online and go through a bottle of Kirkland's a month. Haven't noticed any difference but the price left a sour taste.
Thank you. I used to like Kirkland brand but one bad bottle turned me off completely. I probably will give this club house brand a go.
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qabloona wrote: We sell a cinnamon honey butter at farmers markets and online and go through a bottle of Kirkland's a month. Haven't noticed any difference but the price left a sour taste.
I've ordered the Clubhouse and will be doing a side by side comparison.

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