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Recipe calls for "dry hard cider", but I'm not sure what that ingredient is or where to find it?

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Ehanhan4
nomnivorous added about 2 years ago
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Hard cider is the fermented, alcoholic cider [in comparison to non-bubbly, non-alcoholic cider that is served warm or cold]. Dry just means a cider that's not too sweet.

Brands: Hornsby, Strongbow, Woodchuck. Generally found near the beer.

Meghann Cantey added about 2 years ago

There are lots of really great artisan ciders out now too. I'd check at a good package store, Whole Foods, and/or Trader Joes if those are available to you.

ATG117 added about 2 years ago

If you can't find any hard cider, you could use regular cider and throw in some beer to equal the amount of hard cider suggested.

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