Directions: Instructions: Refrigerate after opening for best quality.
Where is Indian Summer apple sauce made?
Indian Summer-brand apple juice and apple sauce is pressed, packaged and shipped from Indian Summer Cooperative — 3958 West Chauvez Road in Ludington. The products, made 100 percent from U.S. apples, are available locally on supermarket shelves and throughout the Midwest.
Is Indian Summer apple sauce gluten free?
This product should be egg free, peanut free, sulfite free, nut free, vegan, no preservatives, soy free, msg free, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, sugar free, vegetarian, no artificial ingredients, no additives, corn free, dairy free, and gluten free.
What Indian summer means?
The National Weather Service defines an “Indian summer” as any spell of warm, quiet, hazy weather that may occur in October or even November.
What can I say instead of Indian summer?
In English, before Indian summer came into vogue, sometimes we called this second summer. There’s a strong case to be made for badger summer, pastrami summer, or quince summer as an alternate name for Indian summer, but perhaps simple is best. Enjoy these second summer days, before the frost of fall really sets in.
Why do they call it Indian giver?
Indian giver derives from the alleged practise of American Indians of taking back gifts from white settlers. It is more likely that the settlers wrongly interpreted the Indians’ loans to them as gifts. This term, which is certainly American, may have been coined to denigrate of the native race.
Why is it called an Indian burn?
The term indian burn possibly comes from the fact that after the prank the skin’s color changes to reddish, which might be a phenotype reference to “redskinned” Native Americans. Another possible explanation is that the name is referencing torture methods attributed to Native Americans.