Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Wonderful Sparkling Apple Cider

To get a good flavor for your Apple Cider, you must use a combination of apples, mixing sweet and not so sweet. I used a combination of Fuji, Granny Smith, Pink Lady and Rome. I cut the apples small enough to go into juicer and used my Champion Juicer to juice the apples. I had to strain the juice when I poured it into another container. I saved the pulp which was apple sauce for another application, such as Apple Barbecue Sauce. Once strained, you have 100 percent pure raw apple juice aka Apple Cider. You then keep in refrigerated and can freeze it for longer storage. Given enough time in the fridge, it will get sparkly on its own, but to speed up the process for Sparkling Apple Cider within 24 hours, I used the following recipe from The Kitchn, where they have a wealth of information on food, beverages and more!
Click here for the recipe from TheKitchn and Enjoy.

P.S. Tastes great mixed with Probiotic, cleansing, detoxing Kombucha Tea!

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