What is the difference between vanilla ice cream and French vanilla ice cream?
#64618. Asked by augusta123. (Apr 13 06 10:38 PM)
The term French vanilla is often used to designate preparations that actually have a strong vanilla aroma, and possibly contain vanilla grains, but originates from the French style of making ice cream custard base with vanilla beans, cream, and egg yolks.
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