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Cider vs. Juice

Cider is a sort of alcoholic beverage derived from fermented juice of apples. Juice is a liquid squeezed from various fruits and even vegetables. In order to understand what really cider and juice are, we will illustrate Apple Cider, as it can be made into both, and Apple Juice. Any variety of apple's juice can be used to convert it into cider. Juice of any piece of the fruit can simply be squeezed and is ready to intake after one simple method. The making of cider takes multiple procedure as it needs fermentation, which carries out at a temperature of 4-26 Celsius. The life of Cider is much longer than the simple juice though the life of juice can also be prolonged by adding preservatives. Cider is much more expensive liquid than juice. Cider can be used in various dishes and desserts. Juice is rarely used other than having it plainly. Cider is mostly featured with carbonate and is usually considered a carbonated-drink. The making and fermentation of cider needs number of other edible items such as sugar. Juice is mostly served plainly. Cider requires a sort of cooking in order to get shaped, Juice is prepared merely by squeezing and cold pressing without application of heat or solvents. Cider is mostly prepared in mills and factories. Juice can be squeezed at home as well on smaller level. Both these substances are great source of Vitamin C and are very low in saturated fat and sodium.

Key Differences

Making of cider needs a certain process after squeezing the fruits; Juice-making is much easier and simpler
Cider needs additional ingredients; Juice can be used plainly
Aimie Carlson
Mar 28, 2016
Cider requires further cooking after having juice; Juice doesn't need any cooking
Harlon Moss
Mar 28, 2016
Cider is a fermented form of juice; Juice is the first form we get after squeezing fruit
Cider needs to be made in mills or factories; Juice can be had at home on a smaller level
Cider can be stored for much longer time; the life of juice is limited
Samantha Walker
Mar 28, 2016
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Comparison Chart

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Cider is a form of converting fruits into liquid to be used for multiple purposes.
When any fruit is squeezed or pressed, it gets into the form which is called Juice afterwards.

Relation

A fermented form of juice.
First form we get after squeezing fruit.

Process

Needs a certain process after squeezing the fruits.
Much easier and simpler.

Ingredients

Needs additional ingredients.
Does not need additional ingredients.

Cider and Juice Definitions

Cider

Unfermented juice pressed from fruit, especially apples, used as a beverage or to make other products, such as vinegar.

Juice

A fluid naturally contained in plant or animal tissue
Fruit juice.
Meat braised in its own juices.
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Cider

An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice pressed from fruit, especially apples. Also called hard cider.

Juice

A bodily secretion
Digestive juices.

Cider

An alcoholic, often sparkling (carbonated) beverage made from fermented apples; hard cider; apple cider

Juice

The liquid contained in something that is chiefly solid.

Cider

A non-alcoholic still beverage consisting of the juice of early-harvest apples, usually unfiltered and still containing pulp; apple cider; sweet cider without pulp such a beverage is called apple juice.
She liked an aged cider. He liked a harder cider.

Juice

A beverage made from fruit juice or fruit-flavored syrup that is often combined with sweeteners, water, or other ingredients.
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Cider

(Australia) A non-alcoholic carbonated beverage made from apples or pears.

Juice

A substance or quality that imparts identity and vitality; essence.

Cider

A non-alcoholic, lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage.

Juice

(Slang) Vigorous life; vitality.

Cider

(countable) A cup, glass, or serving of any of these beverages.

Juice

(Slang) Political power or influence; clout.

Cider

The expressed juice of apples. It is used as a beverage, for making vinegar, and for other purposes.

Juice

Electric current.

Cider

A beverage made from juice pressed from apples

Juice

Fuel for an engine.

Juice

(Slang) Funds; money.

Juice

Alcoholic drink, especially liquor.

Juice

A substance, such as a steroid, taken to enhance performance in an athletic event.

Juice

A usually flavored liquid prepared for use in an e-cigarette or similar device.

Juice

(Slang) Racy or scandalous gossip.

Juice

To extract the juice from.

Juice

To drink alcoholic beverages excessively.

Juice

To take a steroid or other substance to enhance athletic performance.

Juice

(uncountable) A liquid from a plant, especially fruit.
Squeeze the orange and some juice will come out.

Juice

(countable) A beverage made of juice.
Iā€™d like two orange juices please.

Juice

(uncountable) Any liquid resembling juice.
Moo juice

Juice

(Scotland) A soft drink.

Juice

Liquor.

Juice

(informal) The liquid that is used to submerge a substance kept in a container
[[sauerkraut juice (the brine in a jar of sauerkraut)

Juice

(slang) The leftover liquid of some wet or damp substance.
Dumpster juice (liquid which oozes out of garbage dumpsters)

Juice

Vitality, strength.

Juice

Political power.

Juice

Petrol; gasoline.

Juice

Electricity.

Juice

Steroids.

Juice

Semen.

Juice

The vaginal lubrication that a female naturally produces when sexually aroused.

Juice

The amount charged by a bookmaker for betting services.

Juice

Musical agreement between instrumentalists.

Juice

(transitive) To extract the juice from something.

Juice

(transitive) To energize or stimulate something.

Juice

To take a performance-enhancing drug.

Juice

Alternative spelling of Jew's (used in certain set phrases like juice harp)

Juice

The characteristic fluid of any vegetable or animal substance; the sap or part which can be expressed from fruit, etc.; the fluid part which separates from meat in cooking.
An animal whose juices are unsound.
The juice of July flowers.
The juice of Egypt's grape.
Letters which Edward Digby wrote in lemon juice.
Cold water draws the juice of meat.

Juice

To moisten; to wet.

Juice

The liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue

Juice

Energetic vitality;
Her creative juices were flowing

Juice

Electric current;
When the wiring was finished they turned on the juice

Juice

Any of several liquids of the body;
Digestive juices

Definition of Cider

Cider is a form of converting fruits into liquid to be used for multiple purposes. It is made by the maceration and pressing of fruits, mostly apples. It can further be fermented to make hard cider. This form is not clarified, meaning Cider still contains its starches and pectin, which give it a thicker, tan, cloudy shape. Cider may or may not be pasteurized. Cider can only be made in some mill or juice extracting factories. It requires heat and a certain procedure in order to get in final shape. There are some other ingredients which are added into Cider.

Definition of Juice

When any fruit is squeezed or pressed, it gets into the form which is called Juice afterwards. It is made by systematically squeezing or macerating fruit without the use of heat or solvents. Unlike, cider, juice is not fermented as there is no need of such thing. Juice is mostly used as a raw drink and it is not usually used as additional ingredient for other dishes or desserts. Other ingredients are not needed to enjoy juice.

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