In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vainillina femininearomatizante de vainilla masculine
- The compound responsible for this distinctive, complex perfume is vanillin, contained in thousands of pinpoint seeds in the seed pods of a particular orchid plant.
- The best pods are dark brown or black, rather wrinkled and flexible, with a light coating of white crystals of aromatic vanillin.
- Organic texts often cite flavor chemicals such as vanillin from vanilla as examples of naturally occurring organic chemicals that we encounter every day.
- Medieval linens show the presence of vanillin in chemical tests, but the linen in the Dead Sea scrolls and other very old linens do not.
- After this time the surface of the fruit will be covered in crystals of glucose and vanillin and the fruits themselves have become black from oxidization but are still flexible.
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