Rose petals were widely used to add flavour, texture and colour to many medieval and renaissance dishes. They provided a delicate, faintly sweet rose flavour, and being rich in pectin, the petals can also act as a aid to the setting of jams.
While any rose petal is inherently safe to eat, the issue is whether the roses have been treated with any kind of chemicals. Culinary rose petals have been specificallly grown in a chemical free environment.
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