Amuse Bouche: DIY Hard Cider

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A simple online guide to making your own hard cider at home.

Source: Mother Earth News

Amuse Bouche: Noun. Etymology: French: literally, entertains the mouth. A small, complimentary appetizer served at the beginning of a meal to awaken the taste buds. Leena Eats definition: a quick shot of gastronomic knowledge for the brain.


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