Strawberry Flavor by LorAnn Flavor OilsCategory: Delicious Strawberry FlavorThis super strongStrawberry flavor is used to boost the flavor and aroma of beer or wine. Depending on taste.. It is recommended to add flavoring during secondary fermentation, but feel free to experiment. Trying adding during primary fermentation, kegging, or bottling for some unique taste sensations.Strawberry LorAnn Oil is completely water soluble. 3-4 times stronger than most flavorings. Strawberry LorAnn Oil can add a ton of flavor to a 5-6 gallons of wine or beer.1 dram will flavor 5-6 gallons of beer, wine, cider or mead.Typical uses: hard candy, general candy making, cakes, cookies, frosting, ice cream and a wide variety of other baking and confectionery applications.Note: When substituting this flavor for an extract, use ¼ to ½ teaspoon for 1 teaspoon of extract.LorAnn’s super strength flavors (also known as candy oils or flavoring oils) are three to four times the strength of water or alcohol-based flavorings or “extracts”.Strawberry flavoring (also known as candy flavoring oil) is a long time favorite for lollipops and hard tack candy. for a sophisticated taste, try combining strawberry with our sparkling wine flavor. It's also wonderful with cake batter flavor - think strawberry shortcake..1 dram = about 1 teaspoonKosher certified • Gluten-free • Soluble in waterAppropriate for use in chocolates and coatings (typical use is ¼ to ½ teaspoon per pound)Kosher certified • Gluten-freeUsed sparingly, these powerful, all natural oils can add intense flavor and aroma to candies, chocolates, frostings, baked goods, soups and marinades.The essential oils that LorAnn Oils labels as food grade are approved by a regulation of the FDA (a classification known as GRAS) or appear on the industry approved register of safe ingredients for the flavor industry. LorAnn Oils is independently certified as a Safe Quality Foods (SQF) manufacturer.Essential oils are the highly concentrated, volatile, aromatic essences of plants. These natural plant oils are appreciated for both their aromatic and flavoring qualities. Many essential oils such as peppermint, lemon and orange are commonly used to flavor desserts, candies and chocolates. Other, more herbal oils, such as thyme and marjoram are better suited for flavoring savory foods such as stews and sauces. Lavender and bergamot oils have become popular in chocolate crafting especially.HOW DO I USE FOOD GRADE ESSENTIAL OILS?Essential oils are VERY concentrated, and therefore should be used in small amounts and never ingested undiluted or directly from the bottle.USING CITRUS OILS IN PLACE OF CITRUS ZEST:Substitute lemon oil for lemon zest, orange oil for orange zest and lime oil for lime zest.In recipes calling for grated citrus zest or peel start with 1/8 teaspoon essential oil in place of 1 tablespoon of zest. No more grated knuckles! This is an easy way to add a punch of citrus flavor to glazes, toppings, sauces – even piecrust!USING ESSENTIAL OILS IN SAVORY COOKING:For most oils, one drop replaces a teaspoon of dried herb or spice.