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May 18, 2023

[Answer] Vanilla is derived from which plant?

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...Vanilla beans are the dried, unripe fruit of the vanilla orchid, a group of tropical climbing orchids. The three species are Mexican vanilla (Vanilla planifolia), Tahitian vanilla (Vanilla tahitensis), and West Indian vanilla (Vanilla pompona). Vanilla only grows in a few tropical regions of the world, which is why it's so expensive. Before being cured, the vanilla “beans” (the fruit) have no aroma. Only through the process of curing and drying — which takes up to five months — do the beans attain their rich, chocolate-brown color and signature taste.

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