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Old 10-03-2013, 06:23 AM   #31
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Such wonderful sounding food here! Alix, I would LOVE a slice of that pie.

Grilled chicken and 'taters this evening. Yummy.
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Try using some of that fresh squeezed apple cider for a Stone Fence cocktail.

A highball glass filled with ice, 1 1/2 - 2 ounces of Rye, Bourbon or Rum add apple cider to taste.
That sounded awfully potent until I remembered that you probably mean non-alcoholic cider.

When is apple juice cider and when is it apple juice? Is there a difference?
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:13 AM   #33
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Doesn't a certain amount of fermentation occur to make apple juice into cider?
I know I prefer juice, but occasionally buy cider when it's in season.
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That sounded awfully potent until I remembered that you probably mean non-alcoholic cider.

When is apple juice cider and when is it apple juice? Is there a difference?
It depends on state requirements, but usually apple juice is pasteurized and clarified and apple cider is not. Alcoholic apple juice/cider is called hard cider here.
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Try using some of that fresh squeezed apple cider for a Stone Fence cocktail.

A highball glass filled with ice, 1 1/2 - 2 ounces of Rye, Bourbon or Rum add apple cider to taste.
Sounds yummy, and Himself liked the sound too. Wondering for cool nights, can you heat the cider a bit and maybe throw in a cinnamon stick?
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When is apple juice cider and when is it apple juice? Is there a difference?
I figure it depends on whether or not the apples were washed and de-wormed before they were pressed. There was an apple farm near our last home that had an old press in their barn. My BIL would say "this is some mighty fine cider. Guess it has extra worms this time" We'd still drink it.
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I figure it depends on whether or not the apples were washed and de-wormed before they were pressed. There was an apple farm near our last home that had an old press in their barn. My BIL would say "this is some mighty fine cider. Guess it has extra worms this time" We'd still drink it.
The worms and the apples both take a shower before hopping into the press!

You certainly could heat the cider and spice it up prior to adding the booze!

I like ice cold cider and a cinnamon fried cake best, I only add booze when I can't find a doughnut!
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