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These products are procured directly from growers and are processed and packed in our hygienic processing plant to retain their natural freshness, aroma and the nutrients. Vark, also called varak (also silver leaf, German paper), is any leaf composed of pure metals, typically silver but sometimes gold, used on south asian sweets. The silver is edible, though flavorless. Varak is made by pounding silver into sheets, a few micrometres thick, typically 0.2 -0.8 microm. The sheets are typically backed with paper for support, this paper is peeled away before use. It is fragile and breaks into smaller pieces if handled with direct skin contact. It is also commonly used in india as coating on dry fruits (such as almonds, cashews, and dates), and in sugar balls, betel nuts, cardamom and other spices. Cardamom-coated sweets are very commonly present in the market. To apply loose leaf silver, you’ll need a gliders brush, as it can not be touched with your hands. You’ll want to wet the surface you are applying it to slightly and remove it from the paper backing using the brush. Then, very gently press it onto the surface with the gliders brush.
The silver is edible, though flavorless. It is also commonly used in India as coating on sweets, dry fruits (such as almonds, cashews, and dates), and in sugar balls, betel nuts, cardamom, and other spices.
No artificial colors and flavour. Protect it from moisture and direct sunlight
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