Thursday, October 13, 2011

apple arithmetic

compressed pulp remains after
apples have been pressed to make cider
pulp=yuck, cider=yumm


16 comments:

Kate said...

Apple pressing is a fascinating activity. Hard work but the results are terrific.

Rob and Mandy said...

And then you feed it to the pigs. Bacon: yum!

Amin said...

Hello! I agree with Kate...

Lynette said...

Never seen this before. I do like cider and had not even thought about what happens before it appears. Neat!

Sharon said...

Oh how I miss apple cider!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Like Lynette above, I had never thought about what happens to the rest of the apple after making cider. I assume that it is good for animal feed like Rob and Mandy suggest, rather than letting it go to waste.

Clueless in Boston said...

I've never seen this before either. It's kind of like sausages, the less you know how it's made, the better.

Malyss said...

I could not agree more!(and with Clueless too! :o)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Did you do all that 'pulping' Brattcat and if so did you make good cider??

slim said...

Interesting post & process. I've got a hankering for cider now . . .

VP said...

I like your equations...

Lowell said...

I've never seen this before nor have I thought about it. I just thought cider magically appeared in the grocery store.

GW Bill Miller said...

The pulp looks like it would be a nice ingredient for some sort of apple cake. Waste not, want not.

Virginia said...

Point well taken.
V

Jilly said...

Must be used for pig feed, I'd think. Pork and apple sauce! I don't know why I said that cos I don't eat meat!

Cezar and Léia said...

Hmm I like it! Looks delicious!
Léia