apple juice


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Noun1.apple juice - the juice of applesapple juice - the juice of apples      
fruit crush, fruit juice - drink produced by squeezing or crushing fruit
Translations
omenamehu
jus de pomme
almalé
eplasafi
リンゴジュース
äppeljosäppeljuice
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Enjoy these refreshing summer drinks, made with Princes Apple Juice topped up with ice cubes and sparkling water or lemonade, decorated with fresh fruit and fragrant mint.
As well as supplying the most delicious apple juice, Eifion will also press your own apples and pears into juice for you.
In addition, all purchasers will be entered into a drawing to receive a one year supply of our all natural apple juice.
Once the syrup has completely cooled down, pour in the apple juice followed by the lime juice and tequila and stir to combine.
Fill six glasses and top up with equal amounts of chilled apple juice, Tropical fruit juice and chilled soda water.
2 Put the prunes and apple juice into a food processor and blitz together until they form a smooth paste.
For example, if we offer a larger amount of apple juice versus a smaller amount of grape juice, and the primate chooses each option equally often, we infer that this primate likes the grape juice better than the apple juice," he explained.
Last year I was shopping and noticed all the different varieties of apples, and it got me thinking about apple juice and its taste," says Alan Domzalski, chief operating officer and vice president of finance for Warren, Mich.
There is zero scientific evidence that arsenic in apple juice poses any threat to anyone.
Keep going until the rice is fully cooked - you might not need all the apple juice.
HOT SPICED DISARONNO 50ml Disaronno, 50ml cloudy apple juice, knob of butter, 1tsp of sugar, orange zest, two cloves, pinch of cinnamon, pinch of allspice Heat the butter, apple juice, sugar, allspice and cinnamon in a pan on a low heat.
Poor weather in key growing areas coupled with burgeoning demand from countries such as China have sent raw material costs soaring, with experts predicting factory prices could rise by as much as 80% for orange juice and 60% for apple juice in 2011.