Help with hard apple cider please?

I'm gonna make some cider from cooking apples. I heard once that you can just give the apples a quick wash and cut them up and put them in water in an airtight container and leave everything at that and it works itself out. Might this work? I ain't gonna juice them or anything, so don't bother telling me to do so. And I'm aware that by fermenting it with the wild yeasts already around I might end up with a dodgy result, so don't bother telling me that either. Cheers. Any help really hugely appreciated.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    I found this discussion for you. It sounds like you need unpasteurised apple juice, wine yeast, and a carboy. Apparently it's easy. Check it out. Good luck.

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