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cider press

a press for crushing apples for cider.
Origin of cider press
1665-75 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • No cheese press was large enough to handle all the curds, so they used a reinforced cider press, but even that wasn't enough.
  • That's where the cider press still stands, unused for years.
  • Watch as a tractor motor is used to power antique agricultural equipment such as saws and the apple cider press.
  • Includes a recipe for apple pie and a description of how an apple cider press works.
  • Finally, when apple season rolled around, it was time to make cider using an old-fashioned cider press.
  • Bring your own apples and juice containers and use an old-fashioned cider press to crank out some great apple cider.
  • They can even operate a real cider press and sample the freshly-squeezed apple juice.
  • Those attending can squeeze apples in a cider press and enjoy juice that's truly fresh.
  • The process is repeated until there are a number of racks stacked on the cider press.
  • Come pick and taste the mountain-fresh apples and learn to make apple juice using an old cider press.

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