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Hi, I'm Éva from Hungary. I love baking, cooking, and gardening, not to mention the perfect combination: cooking using fruits and veggies from our garden. I often experiment with new ingredients and try to use classic ones in unusual ways. One of my sons who is also a member here showed me Instructables and this proved the greatest discovery for me in 2018!

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  • Momos75 commented on Momos75's instructable How to Make Rose Water ... and Why23 days ago
    How to Make Rose Water ... and Why

    Had a hard time taking the photos with just the petals. :-)

    Looks great! The smell is a pleasant side effect :-)Don't forget to store it in the fridge and even there, don't keep it too long. Or freeze part of the rose water.

    Depends on the size of the rose, there are so many types! Check the ősze differencia in the photo. The ones I used were really huge. The pot seen in the photos is of 16-18 cm diameter and it was filled with petals at least 6 cms high. For this quantity I added roughly 300 ml water therefore I ended up with slightly less rose water. Since I don’t use body scrub regularly I only prepare one batch at a time. I never measured it, so it is math time. 3 tablespoon makes 1.25 cups. Just checked conversion table, 3 tablespoons is approximately 42 ml which leads to the conclusion that 7 batches that is almost 9 cups can be made.

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  • Momos75 commented on Momos75's instructable How to Make Rose Water ... and Why26 days ago
    How to Make Rose Water ... and Why

    I do not see any reason why not, but I never tried as we have plenty of roses in the garden.

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  • Momos75 commented on Momos75's instructable How to Make Rose Water ... and Why5 weeks ago
    How to Make Rose Water ... and Why

    Hello, it’s a tricky question I am afraid I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible - at least here where I live, so they could be used for making rose water. However, I am not a botanist but a lawyer so here comes the disclaimer: my knowledge is limited hence I do not take any liability in this regard. 😊For real, though I love the deep red color and the sweet rosy smell so I look for the most fragrant types.

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos)

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

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  • Momos75 commented on Momos75's instructable How to Make Rose Water ... and Why5 weeks ago
    How to Make Rose Water ... and Why

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard.😊For real, though all edible and organic roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

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  • Momos75 commented on Momos75's instructable How to Make Rose Water ... and Why5 weeks ago
    How to Make Rose Water ... and Why

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this respect.For real, though, all edible roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard. For real, though all edible roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos) and a nice deep color.

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard. 😊For real, though all edible roses can be used, I usually use the classic red rose that has a strong fragrance (seen in the photos).

    Hello, it’s a tricky question, I think I cannot give you an absolutely clear answer. As far as I know all roses are edible (at least the types around here) therefore they can also be used to make rose water. Nevertheless, I am not a botanist, but a lawyer, so here comes a disclaimer: my knowledge is limited I am not taking any liability in this regard. 😊

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