Is vanilla ice cream where you live pure white or vanilla color?

I've noticed that vanilla ice cream is always white in American videos. I have never seen white vanilla ice cream where I live or in other countries I've visited. American thing? I find it kinda weird.

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  • It usually depends on the use, or not, of egg yolks when making the ice cream. Egg yolks bring the yellow tinge. Without egg yolks it's white.

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    • True, but I think most of the time the producers actually dye it.

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  • It's pretty white here in Finland. At least the ones made from Finnish milk. There's like a tiny hint of yellow, but would still call it mostly white. I don't know what American vanilla ice cream looks like.

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  • It depends. Some add pulverized vanilla leaving it pure white with black flecks, more custard-y varieties are yellow tinted. They do have clear vanilla extract though, so it can be bright white. I don’t know how they make it, but it does exist.

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  • It varies by brand from pure white to an off white kind of beige.

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  • Here in the UK it's vanilla coloured.

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  • some are white, i think.

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  • It's vanilla colour here. Pure white icecream is usually coconut flavoured.

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