I have a couple gallons of apple juice from the store, which I had intended to make into cider.
However, the label says it includes potassium sorbate, which I believe is supposed to stop yeast reproduction.
Is it possible to ferment it? (1 gallon batch) I was thinking about dumping it on a Montrachet yeast cake from a current cider ferment (1 gallon, also). My intent with the yeast cake would be to pitch higher cell count, since they theoretically can't reproduce with the sorbate.