[Sca-cooks] Edible Violet Water?

lilinah at earthlink.net lilinah at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 26 17:58:52 PDT 2009

Huette wrote:
>I have some violet extract which is used for cooking.  It isn't 
>violet water by any means.
>I have found a place in Cleveland OH that sells either Violet flavor 
>or Violet oil.  They are called Bickfords.  They claim that 
>everything that

>I hope that this helps.

Thank you! I also found some artificial violet flavoring at Spice 
Barn, an on-line vendor based in Ohio... i wonder if they're related.

>I picked up some Kewda Water, because it called itself Iris Water. 
>But looking it up, it really isn't made from iris.  Have you had 
>experience using Kewda water?

I have Kewra. It is pandan flower. It has a somewhat nutty scent. It 
is commonly used in Southeast Asia - Thailand, Malyasia, and 
Indonesia - in sweets.
Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
the persona formerly known as Anahita

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