The next time you see a recipe for vanilla cake, you may be tempted to eat it. 

The word “vanilla” appears in a lot of recipes in the Bible, but in fact it was a vegetable by the name of cassia (from the Greek word cassia meaning “flower”). 

As the name suggests, cassia flowers are used as a plant fiber in baking. 

Casa has also been used in the traditional baking of cocoa.

In the Bible we find that it was the Lord who gave Moses the law of Moses. 

In fact, Moses and Aaron are also referred to as the “four hundred and twenty” (Moses being in the Hebrew name of YHWH, Aaron in the Aramaic name of Yahweh). 

The law was passed by Moses and his sons. 

So it is very likely that the name cassia was used in connection with cassia-based baking.

This recipe has a wonderful chocolate flavor that complements the vanilla cake. 

I love chocolate desserts, and I have tried many of the popular chocolate recipes. 

But I’ve also made my fair share of homemade chocolate cake.

It’s a fun treat that you can enjoy with a glass of wine or a cup of coffee. 

When I was a kid, my favorite way to enjoy a delicious cake was to make a batch of cake in a traditional way. 

This cake recipe uses the cassia plant fiber, which is called cassia extract. 

Here are the steps to making your own cassia cake.1. 

Cut the cassias into large pieces. 

These are called CASIA TREE, or MUSHROOM BED, because they grow wild in the mountains. 

To make your cassia tree, cut the pods into small pieces, about one inch tall.2. 

Place the cassius on a baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees F for 10 minutes.3. 

Allow the cassies to cool slightly. 

Once the cassiads cool, remove them from the baking sheet.4. 

Dip them into milk or honey. 

Soy sauce will be good. 

Use about a teaspoon of soy sauce per cake.5. 

Combine the cassiaca with the honey and vanilla. 

Stir until the mixture is thick and creamy.6. 

Cover the cake with foil and place in the refrigerator for 10 hours.7. 

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.8. 

Bake the cassie-based cake for 15 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool. 

9. 

Remove the cassibas from the cake and add them to a large mixing bowl. 

Add the soy sauce, soy milk, cocoa powder, vanilla extract and a pinch of salt. 

Mix well.10. 

Spread the mixture into the prepared cake pan and top with the remaining cake ingredients. 

Let the cake rest in the fridge for 5 minutes to allow it to firm up. 

Then, add the whipped cream and chocolate chips to top the cake. 

  I usually cut the cake into 2 inch squares and bake the squares in the oven at 375 degrees for 10-15 minutes. 

They’re usually pretty tender when baked. 

It’s a great dessert to enjoy with wine.