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Above all, Gulf states have to overcome their dependence on volatile oil and coax their pampered people into productive work.
Similar to a floral water but more potent, hydrosols contain the water-soluble constituents of a plant such as the volatile oils, and it can be used as a facial toner, the water component when mixing our clay masks, or in an aromatherapy diffuser.
Master's tip: Grating horseradish crushes the cells of the root, releasing the volatile oils (isothiocyanates), which give horseradish its heat.
Lightly bruise rosemary and thyme by smacking them against a cutting board or lightly rolling in your hands (this will helps release the volatile oils).
Sovereign wealth funds in Gulf Arab states are looking at opportunities in new areas, such as technology, to lessen their reliance on volatile oil markets.
The winner came from the Korintjie region of West Sumatra in Indonesia, a small, high-elevation area that produces cinnamon with a high-volatile oil and cellulose content (translation: a more pungent and tastier spice).
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