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Bite in Bloom Reveal #1: Rose Petal Jam

Rose petal jam has a fruity and floral taste. You can find it in most grocery stores or order it online. Try it on toast, yogurt, oatmeal or desserts, or add it to your cheese board.

Bite in Bloom Reveal #2: Lavender-Infused Olive Oil

Lavender-infused olive oil has a subtle lavender flavor. You can find it in specialty stores or order it online. It is great for adding flavor to fish, chicken, pasta or vegetables, or serve it over ice cream or drizzled on toast. As seen on The Kitchen, try it on a piece of toast with ricotta cheese and sprinkles of dried lavender for a stronger lavender flavor.

Bite in Bloom Reveal #3: Hibiscus Ale Beer

Hibiscus ale beer has a berry-fruity taste. You can find this beer during the spring and summer months in your local craft beer or spirits stores.

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