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Cider :The Ultimate Guide - Over 30 Delicious & Best Selling Recipes
 
 

Cider :The Ultimate Guide - Over 30 Delicious & Best Selling Recipes [Kindle Edition]

Danielle Caples , Encore Books
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The Ultimate Cider Recipe Guide



Making fresh apple cider is a traditional pastime when orchards are full of a harvest of apples. While the process of making cider is simple and requires very few steps, you can easily make homemade cider with common household supplies and process a few bushels of apples at home. We have collected the most delicious and best selling recipes from around the world. Enjoy


Take a peak at a few of the recipes inside!




Raspberry Cider
Pear Lemon Cider
Banana Lime Cider
Apple Cider
Pineapple Cinnamon Cider


Enjoy delicious cider recipes today! Scroll Up & Grab Your Copy NOW!


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 478 KB
  • Print Length: 67 pages
  • Publisher: Encore Publishing (20 Sep 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FCDPXH0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #446,700 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 24 July 2014
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's up to you to figure out the cider part... 30 Sep 2013
By Reflective Woman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I thought there would be some instructions on how to make cider. The description gives the impression that this book will take you from apples to deliciously flavored cider. However, all of the recipes start with basic cider as an ingredient. So if you want to know how to make apple cider from apples, look elsewhere. The flavors do look interesting though.
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1.0 out of 5 stars All of these recipes have been pirated from Internet sites! 25 Aug 2014
By Judith Stephens - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
#1 "Banana Lemon-Lime Flavored Cider" from moninstore.com Chilled Banana Cider. While an occasional word substitution is made, the process and sequence is exactly the same so the recipe is the same and not original with the fake author/publisher Encore Books.

#2 "Bourbon Cardamom Flavored Cider" is from two-tarts.com and called Cider-Bourbon on Monday, October 22, 2012, by Dulcie Wilcox at 7:47 PM. The re-arranging of the same ingredients does not make it a new recipe and it is not original with these recipe rip-off people too lazy to get real jobs.

#3 "Maple Lemon Flavored Cider" is from shutterbean.com December 6, 2011, called Maple Bourbon Cider which they adaptd from Everyday Food Magazine. See how helpful it is to give credit where credit is due? Doesn't hurt a thing. The magazine is owned by the Martha Stewart empire and the adaption is to cut her recipe in half and decrease it from 4 servings to two. Encore just chose to steal the revised version for two servings. But it still isn't their recipe.

#4 "Pineapple Cinnamon Flavored Cider" is from cookstr.com and called Tepache which is a fermented pineapple drink from Mexico. This pilfered recipe by Encore Books is word for word for servings, cooking time, and ingredients. It's when they write the directions and change a word or two thinking that makes it LEGAL to steal this recipe off a copyright Internet site they screw everything up. Example: when the original directions say to chill and serve cold over cracked ice, these thieves that are Encore Books change it to "Freeze and serve cold!" but they don't mean it like change it into Margarita style. I assume they mean "Freeze . . . "which makes it difficult to drink if it is frozen solid. Their changes in directions to disguise their theft (and they think it works) makes their recipes weird.

#5 "Raspberry Flavored Cider" is recipe #42471 posted byratherbeswimmin' on food.com including all the exact same punctuation. But they do leave out step 3 so I guess that means Encore Books has made a new recipe" with confusing directions? Don't think so. Confusion doesn't equate to originality. It just means you don't have the capability to copy well.

#6 "Simple Apple Cider" is really Apple Pie in a Jar Drink from allrecipes.com posted by Cathy. Since they try to cover up their copying, they use incorrect syntax such as ""to cool on room temperature" and think that makes this their own "original" recipe. But it doesn't -- it just makes them sound uneducated. But the recipe rip-off copiers don't understand this is NOT ready to drink in 4 hours 20 minutes because it is HARD cider that usually needs a little more than 4 hours 20 minutes they copied off the recipe site for the mellowing of the grain alcohol. Since they just copy without comprehension, that's what you get.

#7 "Black Cherry Berry Flavored Cider" is recipe #347312 from food.com submitted by FloridNative. They think they can hide their theft by changing up the order of when you put the ingredients into the pot but it doesn't matter -- spice bag first or second is not a significant change to make it original with these thieves. Everything is the same in the recipe on food.com and not original with these recipe rip-off thieves.

#8 "Allspice Lemon Zest Cider" is really Danny's Warm and Fuzzy Apple Cider from allrecipes.com posted by KerriJ October 31, 2008. In fact, the original recipe lists "1-1/2 cups dark rum" which is not listed as an ingredient in fake book. But the DIRECTIONS tell you to "fold in the butterscotch schnapps and rum." Thre is the proof that this is copied from allrecipes.com and NEVER was original with this thieving publisher/fake author. Encore Books can't even copy correctly.

#9 Black Currant Flavored Cider" is recipe #211746 from food.com by Pikake21 from February 16, 2007, who says she got it on line looking for a way to use her black currant syrup, Ribena. from someone else, the honest way to do it.

That's why you won't find what you were promised -- directions to make your OWN cider. That takes too much time and too much knowledge that Encore Books and its stable of fake author names doesn't know or understand.

Do a search on food.com on cider drinks and you get quite a few of them that are in this book both hard and soft. Do the same on allrecipes.com and you'll find even more with the correct directions and ingredients in the correct order.

Encore Books apparently follows the advice from their teacher, Pakistani Muhammad N Sikandar, the Grand Pooh-bah of Pilfering or Grand Pooh-bah of Plagiarizing (both titles are well deserved even if apologies are due Gilbert and Sullivan) because Muhammad wrote a book telling people they could makes thousands of $$$ stealing recipes off the Internet as Encore has done in all their books with the various "fake author names " titles and fake publisher info a LONG time ago. He's the one who tells them it is legal and that simply is NOT true. Many books are taken off Amazon when the people who own the copyrights complain. It is NOT legal to do so. More importantly it is not MORAL to do so.

Don't support thieves such as Encore Books with your hard earned $$$ -- they didn't do anything to merit it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A bit disappointed. 11 July 2014
By Katy M - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I think the title is somewhat misleading. I thought there would be at least one recipe to actually make cider. This book is simply several recipes for mulled cider. There are some good combos but more suited for beginners.
4.0 out of 5 stars Sate your thirst 8 July 2014
By Lindah - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I am impatiently waiting for cider to be in the markets so that I can try all of these recipes. Apples are not plentiful in this part of the country so we have to wait for fall. They sound so good and the ingredients are available anywhere. The directions are easy to follow.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great recipes 25 May 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Just when I thought cider could not get better & then I read these recipes, I love it, thank you
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