rose water


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rose water

A saturated aqueous solution of rose oil, used to impart agreeable odor to lotions.
See also: water
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Place the caster sugar, lemon juice and rose water in a small pan over a low heat and heat until the sugar melts.
Water is used to clean the Kaaba,the Qibla for Muslims located in mecca,combine ZamZam water with rose water as an additive.
Boil water and add the saffron, sugar and rose water.
4 cups wild rose water 1 package fruit pectin 2 tbsp lemon juice 5 1/2 cups sugar Prepare jars, lids and rings for canning.
Since rose oil has anti-inflammatory properties, using rose water can help in reducing the redness from irritated or over-heated skin.
FOLD petals and a little rose water into softened vanilla ice cream, refreeze until firm, and serve with rhubarb pie.
Mix Fuller's earth with milk and rose water and apply until it dries.
rose water (food-grade)* 2-1/4 cups rice flour 1/4 cup poppy seeds
Its numerous technological and industrial uses included the manufacture of medicines, preparation of acids, and distillation of perfumes, rose water, and essential oils.
When it comes to endings, a type of formed, individual serving of blanc-mange made from milk, cornstarch, sugar, orange blossom and rose water named mhellabie can be had with an almond and honey cream topping ($5.
The shrine was washed with rose water in the presence of hundreds of devotees.