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A bit different guys from a typical pudding. I had some hard time trying to put this together. One of the reasons, was having the right bread pudding flavor to start this recipe. In our country this bread pudding and it probably sounds weird, but is made with the oldest left overs pieces of bread that you can get. It needs to be very decomposed and hard for the pudding to turn out absolutely flavorful. I'm also missing the raisins that is a must have in this recipe. All the flavors in here are in the actual recipe on way or another. I'm not an expert on this, but I'm trying my best for this mix to be successful and for who ever that wants to vaped becomes enjoyable in there daily rotation. I'll keep updating you guys as I get results. This is my first shot at it, so hopefully we have the right percentages in. I'm looking for the Vienna Cream to blend with the Custard and give me that hint of sweetness, creamy profile. I added a bit of brown sugar which is totally up to your pallet, to add some more sweetness to it. I'll think that the Salted Caramel will hide a little bit of that. The Condensed milk will help to round off all this creams, at least IMO. The clove and the anise should be pronounced, you must feel that hint of them in it. Last and not least the Vanilla Custard will surround all this aromas to not let the other flavors overwhelmed the mix. The Bananas are pretty straight forward, Banana Nut Bread and Banana Cream I think they are delicious flavors. I just need to find out how well they lay out with each other. I'm expecting for the Butter Cream to do some great things in here. So here it is guys, some Budin from the heart of Puerto Rico Typical Desserts. Any comments or suggestions are always welcome people. I hope you enjoyed as much as I will! Thanks...
Steep: I figured at least 3 or 4 days with the help of the Ultrasonic or what ever you want to use. I want to know as soon is possible, that's why I use this method + a really good shake.
Mix at: 80VG/ 20PG
Bath in ultrasonic cleaner: 1/2HR Cap off
Breath Time: 5 1/2HR Cap off
A few weeks ago some friends and I went out to a brazilian steak house to celebrate me winning a BJJ tournament and one thing they bring is fried banana to the table. They are incredible, sweet, creamy, buttery, but not overwhelming. I knew I had to recreate this in a vape. Super simple and super easy.
Good to SnV but better with 3 days steep.
If you don't have HS caramel you can use FLV in place, or FA. If using FA adding in .25-.5% FLV butterscotch helps creating a creamy, buttery caramel.
Guanabana (soursop) Milkshake. Guanabana is an exotic fruit and best way I can describe it is a mix between a pineapple and banana. Sour yet Sweet.
Full notes https://m.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/53xeu2/batido_de_guanabana/?ref=search_posts
My version of a strawberries and cream, however, I let the banana really shine instead of punching you in the face with strawberry notes. Pairs nicely with a hot cup of coffee.
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A rich, decadent, banana custard tart. Not a shake-n-vape, needs at least a 4-week steep for the custards to develop properly, but thoroughly worth the wait.
Strawberry Banana Cream Pie with Graham Crust. This is my first recipe as a newbie DIYer. It's quite simple (as i'm just starting out) however I'm welcome to criticisms and suggestions for improvement. In V2 i've doubled to Cheesecake (Graham) Crust to 3% and instead of 8% TFA Strawberry, its now 4% TFA Strawberry and 4% Strawberry (Ripe). Tastes pretty good to me after an overnight steep, but looking forward to trying this after a week or 2.
A recreation of this delicious cinnamon banana granola baby food that my son and I both love.
Yeah, I'm weird. Deal with it.
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