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Old 02-28-2006, 08:08 AM   #11
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I bet you could use your juicer--i use a combination blender and straining bag--and with that it takes me about 30 mins to squeeze out a gallon--juicer would probably save you from tiny fruit pieces and may be faster (less hand juice contact anyway)


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Old 02-28-2006, 11:18 PM   #12
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I bet you could use your juicer--i use a combination blender and straining bag--and with that it takes me about 30 mins to squeeze out a gallon--juicer would probably save you from tiny fruit pieces and may be faster (less hand juice contact anyway)
I agree - A juicer would work!
The only thing i would add to the juicing fresh apples thing is a crushed campden tablet 24hrs before adding a yeast. Just a 'belt and braces' measure of stopping any wild yeasts getting in. I don't do it with pasteurised juice - the wild yeasts have been seen off already.
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