Cider: Making, Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider
Storey Communications, 1997 - Apples - 219 pages
Clear, simple language, numerous illustrations, and detailed step-by-step instructions, lead you through making fresh and delicious sweet and hard ciders - including blended and sparkling ciders; building your own working apple press; enhancing your cooking with cider as an ingredient; choosing the right apple cultivar for the flavor you want; and planning and planting your very own home orchard for the freshest batch of cider ever! Plus, interesting bits of history and lore shed light on cider's colorful past.
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