Vanilla anal

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Subscriber Account active since. The cochineal beetle, often used in red food dyes, is one of many disgusting ingredients found in everyday foods. And you won't believe what beaver anal glands—that's correct—are used for. Between yogurt, maraschino cherries, jams, cakes, and tomato products, you've probably consumed at least one pound of red dye in your life. That means that you've also ingested at least 70, cochineal beetles, according to a petition on Change.

Question: Who discovered a beavers anal glands taste like vanilla?

A History of Flavoring Food With Beaver Butt Juice

Long answer: This is an interesting question. As far as I can tell, the story goes way back. We find evidence in archaeological research for beavers in Europe and North America as far back as BC. In Northern America, indigenous people like the Carrier are known to have used the castor gland for medicinal purposes before the arrival of colonising Europeans. The first written history of the medicinal use of castoreum in Europe dates back to at least 77 BC, when Pliny the Elder wrote in his Naturalis Historia of the different uses of Castoreum:. It is soporific if the head is rubbed all over with beaver oil, rose oil, and peucedanum, or if by itself it is taken in water, for which reason it is useful in brain fever.

Does Your Food Contain Beaver Secretions?

You may have heard the rumor by now -- certain artificial flavorings like vanilla, raspberry and strawberry are made from the anal secretions of a beaver. If you haven't heard that rumor, you might have just spit out your coffee. So we're setting out to clear up what's true and what's not.
Okay, maybe you are saying, "Shut up, Paul, you stupid hippy. They care about us. Continue eating and slathering products all over your body that come from a beaver's ass for all I care.