Hi, this is my first post here...I found this board while checking on google to see if I could find any info on apple cider expiration dates.
About a month ago, I bought a gallon of fresh apple cider from the local farmer's market. It says it's free of preservatives, but doesn't say if it's pasturized or not. Anyway, it's been opened in my fridge for a few weeks, and I just poured myself a glass. The first time, there was some dark colored stuff in it, so I poured it back, shook it up, and re-poured, and it seemed to have disappeared. So then I took a big swig of it and ended up with a long stringy glob in my mouth, which I of course promptly spit out. It's sort of clear-ish with a hint of cider color.
Other than that, it doesn't taste weird at all, so I drank about half the glass. But in retrospect, that seems like a stupid idea. I'm now wondering if (a) I should toss it out, and (b) I'm going to get sick. I'd rather not have to do either, but I guess it's my own fault for trying to savor it and not drink it all in a week.
Anyway, apologies for a drama-filled first post, but any advice anyone might have would be more than welcome...
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