1934 - Apple juice in the scullery

In 1934 Inger Rasmussen attends a one-day course to learn how to make apple juice from the surplus of apples in her garden that she is unable to make use of in her household. She imagines that she is going to make juice for her family but, when her neighbours in Rynkeby get to taste her juice, things really get off to a flying start: The neighbours deliver their apples to Inger, who charges a fee for making apple juice for them. During the first autumn she produces an incredible 5,000 bottles in the family's scullery, using only simple household utensils.


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Team Rynkeby cykler hvert år til Paris for at samle penge ind til børn med kræft og deres familier.

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