Sunday, July 7, 2013

Rose Water


Pick rose petals (from roses that haven’t been sprayed) in the morning when they are freshest and the scent is strongest. Remove the white tip, if any, which may be bitter. Rinse the petals and drain them. Fill a container with petals and pour boiling water over them. Cover with a lid and steep. Strain, then refrigerate for up to several days or freeze. To freeze, pour the rose water into ice cube trays and freeze. Put the frozen ice cubes in a plastic bag and label the bag.

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