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I like the idea of making your own vanilla extract and what a great way to teach the kids something about the history of vanilla too. Red Tail Designs has all the details here. Check out these vanilla fun facts!
05/24/2008 in 12+ years old, 3 - 5 years old, 6 - 12 years old, Activities, Edibles, Family, Gifts to Make, History, Inside | Permalink
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