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    Adding dryness?

    Hi all;

    I'm just dipping my toes into the DIY thing and pretty happy with the results.
    One effect I am not sure how to create though is a real dryness to some recipes. Some of my favourite juices are bakery/dessert flavours that have a real dryness.
    I've tried the 5% AP from TFA but haven't noticed much of a difference.
    What other flavours/additives can be used to add dryness?

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    A dry vape? Never heard of that one. Keen to see replies to this

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    Well that is how I would describe it :P

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    I wonder if Grahams Cracker would help. I'm glad I'm done with all this & just vape unflavoured.
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    Aniceed flavours seem to have that dryness i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanokatz View Post
    Hi all;
    I've tried the 5% AP from TFA but haven't noticed much of a difference.
    AP is great for nutty-ness but overused it turns into corn chips. I try not to use it in bakery/dessert stuff unless I'm really going for nutty taste, and even then at <1%.

    I'm not quite sure what you mean by "dry", but since you mentioned bakery/dessert stuff do you mean the not-so-sweet pie crust taste? I don't have my recipes in front of my, but I use a mixture of <some crust> + INW Biscuit to get that. A small amount of Biscuit added to FA Apple Pie (there's practically no apple) makes a nice pie crust base. You pair that with a sharp fruit flavor and you get an easy pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    I wonder if Grahams Cracker would help. I'm glad I'm done with all this & just vape unflavoured.
    I can't remember that making it dry though. Just adds a pastry taste to the mix.

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    It's more the feeling I am after than a flavour but they may go hand in hand. But it could be the type of pie crust you mean as these are mostly flavours with a baked taste to them
    Hmm well that really is the best description I have for it. Its almost a slightly astringent effect that feels like it is slightly drying out your cheeks.

    I have INW Biscuit on my to-buy list already; but I'm finding the TPA brown sugar helps give the effect so I may have found my answer

 

 

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