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I should have worded it as "What can I do with my apples without buying a cider press or pigs?" :laugh:

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I should have worded it as "What can I do with my apples without buying a cider press or pigs?" :laugh:

Eat them? :laugh:

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Hounds meeting at 4pm at the farm where the cider I brought to the comp came from.

 

Cheers, D.

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Hounds meeting at 4pm at the farm where the cider I brought to the comp came from.

 

Cheers, D.

Are they hunting apples today??

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I should have worded it as "What can I do with my apples without buying a cider press or pigs?" :laugh:

I bet gruffalo griff could make a cider press for you, he's rayt handy at all that making stuff.

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Get some turkeys and feed them the apples, hey presto, a juicy xmas dinner.

 

All my windblowns go in the turkey pen, never had turkey taste like it before

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You could roughly divide them, then bag them and freeze them then defrost. That'll soften them enough for wine, cider, jam, chutney making.

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Just made Six gallon on Monday, and Saturday I will be doing another batch I reckon about another seven gallon, it's bloody hard graft though but when your drinking it in the summer its well worth it.

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