Fruit of the rose, adds flavor that is floral, bright, citrusy & tangy.  Use in herbal teas.  Wonderful in stewed fruits, jams, jellies, syrups & marmalades.  Try rose hip soup or bread or add to salads.  Said to contain more Vitamin C by the gram than oranges.

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