Cider

Cider

Cider is a fermented apple juice, and it can be sweet or dry or something in between the two extremes. In addition to being a beverage, cider goes particularly well in pork dishes containing apple, and makes a good addition to gravy for roast pork. It can be used in place of wine in marinades for meat and fish. Cider alcohol content varies between 1.2% and 8.5%. Instead of apples, we can also use pears, quince and medlar. Perry is the product made from pears, known in France as Poiré. Cyser is cider fermented with honey. From honey's fermentation we get Mead that has an alcohol content from about 8% to more than 20%, it may be dry, semi-sweet or sweet.


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