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    Default looking for stovetop scent recipes

    I have already seen plenty of orange and/or apple with cinnamon and clove...

    I like the lemon with rosemary and vanilla.

    Any other good stovetop simmer recipes that you like to put on in your home?

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    Default Re: looking for stovetop scent recipes

    Pomegranate peel, pineapple rind, and cinnamon.

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    Default Re: looking for stovetop scent recipes

    Pineapple rind is a great idea! I love the scent of pineapple. I may try that. I would imagine a used vanilla pod, after it's been dried out, would be a nice addition, too, if you like the scent. Does pomagranate peel smell like the fruit inside, Hednic?

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    Default Re: looking for stovetop scent recipes

    Orange stuck with cloves and cinnamon bark..... in red wine, then drink it.

    I love the smell of toffee so maybe dark sugar and vanilla. I'm not sure I see much point in a simmer if I couldn't eat or drink it afterwards though.

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