Cooked apple cider, regular canning or high pressure needed?

by Tobi
(Winnipeg, MB)

If I cook my apple cider do I need to use a high pressure bath or just a boiling water method? How long will it keep if I don't use a pressure canner?

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Apple Cider vs. Apple Juice
by: Jennifer, Provident Living Today

I've written a page on this Homemade Apple Juice.

The only difference between apple cider and apple juice is that apple juice has been processed.

Apple juice doesn't need to be processed in a pressure canner. Use a boiling water canner.

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