[NAFEX] Apple juice? Apple cider?
Docshiva at Docshiva.org
Fri Aug 15 20:09:41 EDT 2008
Yes, Betsy, and thanks. The definition depends on which English you speak,
and perhaps what region. In Ireland, when I say cider, I mean fermented
juice; here, I mean unfiltered juice, which may be either sweet or hard
"cider." (if you're in Europe, move that last period past the quotation
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Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Apple juice? Apple cider?
Fermented cider is "hard cider" in the US. There is freshly pressed
unfermented cider more commonly available here.
But it may just be all semantics see:
http://ask.yahoo.com/20031117.html. Let's waste our time talking about
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