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How To Identify Elderflower?

The elderflower, also known as the elderberry, (scientifically known as Sambucus nigra), can be identified by its large shrub or small tree with graceful fern-like foliage, that produces white flowers and black berries, both of which are used in cordial and wine making. Elderflower is used to make the traditional UK wine called Elderflower Wine. More »
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How to Make Elderflower Cordial
1 Pick and clean the elderflowers. Give them a quick rinse under a gentle water flow to remove insects, grime, etc. Ad 2 Pour the sugar into the heatproof bowl. Pour in the boiling water and stir through the sugar to start the dissolving process. 3  www.wikihow.com
How to Make an Elderflower Facial Toner
Bring the water to a boil in a small pan, and remove from the heat once the bubbles begin to roll across the top of the water. Pour the elderflowers (dried or fresh) into the water, and use a wooden spoon or whisk to gently press them under the water  www.ehow.com
How to Identify Asbestos
Knowing how to identify asbestos is important if you live in an older home that might use asbestos as a building material. A naturally occurring mineral, asbestos was used as an insulation and building material in the 19th and 20th centauries. In the  www.life123.com

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