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   glossary_v/fruit-vanilla_beans.jpg Vanilla :   an essential flavoring that comes from the pod of a tropical vine, an orchid that climbs, vanilla planifolia. It is commonly used in the United States as vanilla extract; it is also sold powdered or by the whole pod. In Europe, the pod is used to flavor sugar which is then used in baking.  
    glossary_v/Vanilla_Extract_2.jpg Vanilla_Extracta vanilla-flavored product made by macerating chopped vanilla beans  in a water- alcohol solution to extract the flavor; its strength is measured in folds.  
   glossary_v/Vanilla_Sugar.jpg Vanilla_Sugarsugar flavored by vanilla beans. To make vanilla sugar, fill a large jar with sugar, break a vanilla bean in three pieces, press it into the sugar and leave for several weeks.  
   

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   glossary_v/Veal.jpg Vealmeat from calves slaughtered when younger than 9 months (usually at 8 to 16 weeks); has a lean, light pink flesh, delicate flavor and tender, firm texture.  
   fotos_travailees/arcimboldo_vertumne.jpg Vegetables : The noun vegetable usually means an edible plant or part of a plant other than a sweet fruit or seed. This typically means the leaf, stem, or root of a plant.  >>>
  
       
   glossary_v/Vegetable_Oil.jpg Vegetable_Oila general term describing blends of different vegetable oils such as corn, safflower, rapeseed, cottonseed and/or soybean oils; these blends are generally intended to have little flavor and aroma and to be used as all-purpose oils.  
   glossary_v/veloute_de_mousseron_.jpg Velouté white sauce  made of flour, butter, and a chicken or veal stock, instead of milk.    Répertoire
  
   Mousseron  ▲ Mushrooms
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   glossary_v/Venison.jpg Venisonmeat of deer.  
     Ventto allow the circulation or escape of a liquid or gas.  
   glossary_v/Vermicelli.jpg VermicelliItalian for little worms; used to describe very thin spaghetti; available in straight rods or twisted into a cluster.  
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   glossary_v/Vermouth_noilly_prat.jpg glossary_v/Vermouth_martini_rossi.jpg glossary_v/Vermouth_cinzano.jpg Vermoutha white apéritif wine of France, sweet or dry.  
   
   
     Veroniqueusually means garnished with white grapes.  
     Vert_Préa green herb sauce; also, a garnish of straw potatoes and watercress served with grilled meat.    Répertoire ►
  
     Vichyssoise :  a cold soup made with leeks, potatoes and cream.  
   

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     Vinaigrettea cold sauce of oil and vinegar flavored with parsley, finely chopped onions, and other seasonings; served with cold meats or vegetables or as a dressing with salad greens.  
     Vintagea word given to the harvest of grapes relating to the year of the harvest and wine production.  
     Viticulturethe study of grape growing.  
   

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     Volume : ( Conversion Tablesthe measurement typically used to measure liquids; volume measurements are commonly expressed as liters, teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, gallons, fluid ounces and bushels.the measurement typically used to measure liquids; volume measurements are commonly expressed as liters, teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, gallons, fluid ounces and bushels.  
   glossary_v/veg-mushroom-volvariella.jpg Volvariella Mushroom : The genus is estimated to contain about 50 species. Some species of Volvariella are popular edibles in Europe, accounting for 16% of total production of cultivated mushrooms in the world.  >>
  
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