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Old 02-18-2012, 10:34 AM   #21
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Cider, Taxlady, is usually unstrained and unpasturized. Juice is both.
Foodie mate that is called Scrumpy or Screech. The name screech was given to it because when you go to the loo the next day............I'll get my coat.

Bakechef you are right, it is double fabbo on pork schni???? bread crumbed pork.
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:35 AM   #22
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Cider, Taxlady, is usually unstrained and unpasturized. Juice is both.
Okay, there's a difference in the English spoken in the US and in Canada. The only "apple juice" I like is from the health food store and is brown. It isn't filtered and it isn't pasteurized. It isn't as sweet as the clear, yellow stuff.
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Foodie mate that is called Scrumpy or Screech. The name screech was given to it because when you go to the loo the next day............I'll get my coat.

Bakechef you are right, it is double fabbo on pork schni???? bread crumbed pork.
Nope, scrumpy is "hard cider" that wasn't filtered.

HF was talking about non-alcoholic cider, as it is called in the US.

I once explained to a Canadian friend that US cider was something you could give to kids. Someone else chimed in, "Like their beer." US beer has gotten better since the '70s and I believe the max alcohol levels have been raised. BTW, I am not talking about beer in Wisconsin, which has always been good.
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Tax is non alcoholic cider an oxymoron
www.zider.co.uk
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Tax is non alcoholic cider an oxymoron
www.zider.co.uk
Yeah, I agree, but in the US...
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Cider, Taxlady, is usually unstrained and unpasturized. Juice is both.
Not in an English Pub it isn't!
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