Making Fresh Cider From Apples | Edwardian Farm EP2 | Absolute History

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Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn recreate the running of a farm as it would’ve been in the Edwardian era. Alex and Peter milk goats and train the ploughhorses. They begin a market garden of strawberries. Ruth pickles apples, salts a ham, and smokes bacon. Alex and Peter press apples to cider (scrumpy), freighting first the apples, then the barrel on the river. They visit a cooper and make lime putty. They read government agricultural leaflets, collect eggs, make chicken stew, and celebrate Halloween in Edwardian style.

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