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By Alison Watt - 23rd July 2013 7:00am
Anticipating a bumper harvest of apples this year? Then why not make your own apple juice? Or cider?
Haddenham in Transition have an apple press and a pasteuriser which you can borrow (we suggest a minimum donation of £10). The pasteuriser can be used to sterilise glass bottles as well as pasteurising your juice to stop it fermenting.
Unsure how to use them? There is an instruction leaflet available or come to Homemade in Haddenham in the Village Hall on Saturday October 5th to see a demonstration of apple pressing.
Interested? The apple press and pasteuriser can be booked by phoning Kirsten Shaw on 01844 291586
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