Cider Folk: Issue One

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Cider Folk: Issue One

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Made by Twin Island cider makers Katie and Matthew! A biennial, 45 page magazine that blends apple research and art.

Issue One: Apples, Paper, Scissors, features old and ancient methods for preserving and cooking with apples in two different bioregions. Learn about Malus fusca, a crabapple native to the Pacific Northwest and its uses for coastal First Nations, and read up on some different ways apples were used in seventeenth century British cookery. Part cookbook, part research project, and part work of art.

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