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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 Why2 days 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 Why3 days 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 Why4 days 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 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 to the contrary 😊. 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).

    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 to the contrary 😊. 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).

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