Sunday, November 2, 2008

Apple Cider Caution In The Autumn

I love the fall, and I've enjoyed having fresh apple cider. I'm sure many of you do to. Here's some things you should know about to avoid getting sick or making others sick from unpasteurized apple cider. Find more recommendations in this Medical News Today news article, "As Autumn Arrives Beware Of Unpasteurized Cider And Juices, Warns Iowa Department Of Public Health." Here are some, but not all, of the main points that I take away . . .

  1. Unpasteurized cider can be a health risk, especially to children and those who have weakened immune systems
  2. Cider should be kept refrigerated at 40 F or cooler
  3. Risk of illness can be reduced by heating unpasteurized apple cider to at least 170 F before drinking

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