Quick help!! Is there a difference between pasteurized apple cider?!

Question: Quick help!! Is there a difference between pasteurized apple cider!?
does any one know if it will make a difference if the apple cider that i have is from concentrate and pasturized!? if the recipe for my turkey brine calls for apple cider!? i have to simmer 1 qt for 5 min and then pour in the other 3 qts after i simmer the 1st qt!.
this is my first turkey recipe and i don't want to mess it up thanks!!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

In this case your cider will be jsut fine for the recipe have no worries!

Pasteurization is the process of super quick heating and then super quick cooling off an item like juices, crab meat, canned goods, milk!. eggs to kill off bacteria and prolong its freshness and slow its spoilage!. This heating and cooling is done so with such speed and precision that it makes it seem like the item was never "cooked" in the first place!.

An unpasteurized cider just hasn't been treated and will tend to spoil much faster!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

no it will not matter pasturization is the same process used with milk it involves heating to tempurature to kill any bacteria but in cider it makes no difference in a recipe!.hope this helpsWww@FoodAQ@Com

It shouldn't matter any!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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