I’ve been asked before just what exactly apple cider is, and here’s the short answer: unfiltered, unsweetened apple juice. The particles in suspension make it cloudier than your typical juice-box-apple-juice, and it has a far more robust and tangy flavor. It can also be called ‘sweet cider’ to differentiate it from ‘hard cider,’ since the US and Canada are the only countries that call nonalcoholic apple juice ‘cider.’ So international friends beware – this recipe does NOT call for hard cider. Seek out some unfiltered apple juice instead!
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