Vanilla comes from the fruit of a thick tropical vine that is a member of the orchid family. It is often called “the orchid or commerce” because it is one of the two products of this enormous species with any significant commercial value. Interestingly, not only is the vanilla orchid devoid of scent, so is the vanilla pod or bean, which must be fermented or cured to develop the vanilla. Vanilla vines are indigenous to southeastern Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, and northern South America. Try your best to only cook / bake with fresh Vanilla Beans and even making your own vanilla extracts. Nothing can beat the quality of something that you made yourself.
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