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How do you spell carmel?

The candy ingredient formed by heating sugar is spelled "caramel", but often pronounced "KAHR-muhl", with the second A silent. The proper name (notably a California location) (MORE)

Where did the name 'Carmel' originate?

CarmelThe name Carmel is of Hebrew origion meaning 'garden'. There is a famous mountain in Israel named mount Carmel which is associated with the appearance of the Virgin Mary (MORE)

Does carmel have milk in it?

Caramel is made by heating any variety of sugars. However, caramel candy is a soft, dense, chewy candy made by boiling a mixture of milk or cream, sugar(s), butter, and vanill (MORE)

What is carmelizing?

Cooking something with sugar. As heat is applied, the sugar will turn into caramel.   Carmelizing is the process of turning sugar, alone or in another food, into caramel th (MORE)
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What did St. Carmel do to become a saint?

There is no saint named Carmel. The name derives from a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.
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Who did Mary appear to at Mount Carmel?

Many years ago it is believed that Mary appeared to the Carmelite people on Mount Carmel holding out a scapular. This is where the church Our Lady of Mount Carmel started.
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