I have a question about the recipe "Spiced Cider Jellies" from thirschfeld. Can I substitute farm stand Cider for the clear Apple Juice? I know the recipe says clear, but I am wondering if it really matters.
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In my opinion the only difference would be that they will not have that lovely clear look, they will be cloudy like the cider. Other than esthetics I can't think of any reason that you couldn't sub cider for clear apple juice,
Thanks sdebrango. I will post how they turned out as soon as I make them! I am curious as to whether they will look as appetizing as the original photo appears.
I am sure they will be delicious, that photo is gorgeous, the light shining through those clear jellies is stunning,
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