Smiles1057: I tried out this recipe for myself, here are my thoughts:
Overall, not bad. Definitely an easy recipe to follow, and the perfect
Sunday activity :) Notes are 1. I have no idea what kind of
excaliber-lightsaber hybrid knife they used to chop that nutmeg, but I had
absolutely no such luck. Many pieces turned into dangerous projectiles when
cut. Next time, I'm just gonna grate in some fresh nutmeg to the stock. 2.
When they say to "let cool", don't be impatient. Squeezing molten hot apple
pulp from cheesecloth? Not fun.
As far as taste goes, don't go into this thinking it'll taste as frickin'
amazing as apple cider from the farm will, but it's definitely still tasty.
Awesome fall recipe to try, if you have a couple of free hours.
Kitchen Time With Dad: This looks great! I have only made some raw cider in my vitamix, never
have tried cooked!
トマスディエゴ: How many people does this serve?
a█████████████]99%: Came for the recipe, stayed for the song
frechieguy: +Alexander Petrohv It is in Europe, but in North America it's almost always
A Shaha: Is it possible to use a crock pot instead of a stock pot?
TheOnlyGHOST1015: Yeah right all the fruit for a little apple cider forget it
IronLionwoman: I love apple cider. I love putting candy canes in it when I drink it.
Dilara Wali-Uddin: Can I use ground nutmeg?
Blake Wooley: You could just make an apple press and grinder, which gives you a lot more
apple cider. I say 'cider' in the Northwest American way (non-alcoholic) ;)
Honeysuckle Catering: LOVE the music - such a happy coincidence :)
Newton Henriques Magalhães Júnior: Thanks for providin all the information we need here. Loved everything!
Lina Kim: has anyone made this recipe?
Messy Kitchen, Happy Belly: Wow, I can only imagine how AMAZING your house smells when you make this!
Can't wait for fall now!
ManiacalPumpkin: For all the people asking "is this alcoholic" or saying "how is this cider
without alcohol" this is basically a virgin apple cider which means its
non-alcoholic, although to most american people this is how apple cider
normally is supposed to be, where i live in California ive seen it flat(not
carbonated) and carbonated but never alcoholic.
amber fords: Looks great but to much fruit wasted only to be able to get two cups out of
that just my opinion cheaper to buy it lol
Colin macmullin: If you make this,you should keep the pulp, if you put it in a blender until
smooth with some chunks then you end up with a delicious marmalade-like
Rain Rankin: Umm. Looks so good. 💖🍺
Saracles: I made this a few days ago with a friend and it turned out very delicious.
Salty Dill: I made cider similar to this last year and it was an awesome base for Apple
pie moonshine! It wasn't actual moonshine, but we blended the apple cider
with apple juice and then high proof grain alcohol. A nice sipping treat on
fall nights. Great video, can't wait to get more apples this year and try
Natali Norton: how many people does this serve?
Ohcan Drum'n'bass: Yo también he visto este video por que salía las fotos en la App Store
cuando te bajas la aplicación de Youtube xD
Rose Heloise: Looks really good! I will try it..................
Thanks for showing us! Btw, the music is so GOOD!!!!!
AussieCookShow: I replace the sugar with stevia and the apples with pears.... oh and a wee
bit of Vodka! Lovely!
Lan Nguyen: Reaaaallly love your video with the music choice!!!
Hargun Khanna: How many servings does this recipe provide (approximately?)
astrojg0: How is this cider? There is no fermentation so no alcohol surely?
ybunnygurl: +timeofknight they look like the Anchor Hocking Cambria Mug, or the Libbey
Robusta Mug, you can get them from Walmart to Crate and Barrel, and always
on internet. just depends how much you want to pay.
and I'm going to try this with pressed unfiltered apple juice instead of
water, should have more that way.
Kochen Online: Looks really good. We like!!! :)
Alexander Petrohv: isnt cider alcohol?
whowantsabighug: No point in cider if there's no booze.
Lista: It's that time of the year! Must play music (and dance) while making :)
Homemade Apple Cider | Thirsty For... - YouTube http://ow.ly/pVSdE
Ashly Rose: Is the fruit rotten (fermented) or something? If not im tottaly down with
it i just heard its an alchoholic drink, so yeah i dont do dat
Nadia19884: Once made, how long can it last in a sealed bottle?
gogba55: Thank you for your lovely video :) I had something like this in Florida
long time ago. Now I'm in Perth, can't find it. I'll be happy making myself
tina andrews: what a lovely way to make apple cider!!! the background classic elevates
this dish further :D
Kazeneko: This looks delicious. How many cups does this recipe produce exactly?
Meggie Time: My mom would say, " That takes too much work! "
The Crass Menagerie: To be honest, I've made cider before (admittedly not using this recipe) and
you get so little actual cider out of the apples that you really don't need
to worry about it keeping. But yeah, I'd imagine if you kept it in a sealed
container in the fridge, it would keep for quite a while. Regardless, you'd
have to worry more about it fermenting than spoiling.
IamIceQueen7: i think because there isn't so many oranges it wont affect it that much
AshleyzWannaB: Yeah... you could. But where's the fun in opening a can of soda? When you
could make your own Apple Cider. :)
Dick Holman: Now, this looks gorgeous, but, it's not fermented, so why is it called
cider? In the UK, cider is fermented apple-juice. I ask from curiosity.