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RE: [IPk] Cider (was Drink and bloods)



Cider - similar cho values - perhaps slightly different alcohol contents.. 
Jules 
Julette Kentish
Research Dietitian
Bournemouth

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Pat Reynolds [SMTP:email @ redacted]
> Sent:	17 August 2001 07:59
> To:	email @ redacted
> Subject:	[IPk] Cider (was Drink and bloods)
> 
> This reminds me, the dietician at Guys offered to find the CHO values of
> ciders for me ... Before I ask her - would this be re-inventing the
> wheel?  I don't mean 'how much CHO does 'dry' cider have in it', I mean
> 'how much CHO does Westons Organic, Westons Oak-cask aged, Red Rock, and
> is it different for Scrumpy Jack out of glass, tin, plastic and pump, or
> are they the same, cos they taste very different to me ....'
> 
> Best wishes,
> 
> Pat
> (dm 30+, 508 4 months +, drinking cider 20+)
> 
> 
> In message <email @ redacted
> om>, Elizabeth OShea <email @ redacted> writes
> >Hi Rob -
> >
> >Any decent carb counting book should contain carb values for alcoholic
> >beverages. Collins publishes a pocket one in their Collins Gems series.
> >
> >
> >elizabeth
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> Pat Reynolds
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