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10/03/2013 09:29 am ET | Updated Nov 25, 2014

The Difference Between Apple Cider And Apple Juice

We've already made quite the case for apples being the star fruit of fall: From sweet and savory recipes, to apple cider cocktails, to candy apple desserts, can you tell we're happy that these are back in season?

But among all the love we've been showing for apple recipes, we realized that we might need to clear up one important distinction: What makes apple cider different than apple juice?

Luckily, a recent trip to the Fly Creek Cider Mill in Fly Creek, New York, cleared up any confusion with one simple sign -- and even luckier, we're now sharing that clarity with you. Here's to not ever getting apple cider and apple juice mixed up again.

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