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Roses

Also much-loved in the kitchen

Roses - Product photo

Although roses are generally considered the symbol of love, this does not diminish chefs' love for this flower in culinary applications. Using edible roses in the kitchen goes far beyond simple decoration purposes. Rose petals have a subtle, slightly sweet taste, in which the wonderful scent of the flower can still be recognised.

If you choose the roses as a garnish, you can choose from the entire colour palette: red, pink, white and yellow.

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Storage advice

  • Transport and storage: Edible roses keep their freshness en route and in the warehouse at a temperature between 2 and 4˚C.
  • Shop: The edible rose prefers the temperature on the refrigerated shelf.

Our roses are grown in:

Israel

Packaging options

Packed per 6-9 pieces, per package of 8 packs

Recipes & preparation tips

Edible roses are mainly used for their visual appeal in a variety of dishes, including ice cream and drinks. The petals of the rose are also chosen for their taste. Another unexpected use is lightly baking the leaves, to give a dish a light seasoning when crumbled.

Roses - Recipes & Preparation Tips

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