Re: Cider versus apple juice
- From: StephenCalder <calder999@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 06 Nov 2011 20:40:20 +1100
On 6/11/2011 8:55 AM, Duggy wrote:
On Nov 5, 4:32 pm, StephenCalder<calder...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 5/11/2011 2:17 PM, Arcadian Rises wrote:
On Nov 4, 9:55 pm, StephenCalder<calder...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 5/11/2011 12:04 PM, Stan Brown wrote:
What's the difference, in AmE? (I'm not talking about the alcoholic
drink served in UK pubs, nor about AmE "hard cider", apple juice that
Near where I live there is a cider mill, where we can watch cider
being made: a hand-operated press crushes chopped apples, and the
juice that runs off is collected, bottled, and sold as cider.
AHD4 is no help: it defines cider as "The juice pressed from fruits,
especially apples, used as a beverage or to make other products, such
Is there actually any objective difference in AmE between cider and
apple juice, or are they synonyms?
I don't know about elsewhere, but in Australia cider is always
carbonated, whether alcoholic or not.
Even the vinager?
No. But vinegar is not cider.
Apple cider vinegar is not cider, any more than white wine vinegar is white wine.
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