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Passover Produces a Real Coke Classic

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Passover Produces a Real Coke Classic

Passover Produces a Real Coke Classic

Passover Produces a Real Coke Classic

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Kosher-for-Passover Coke is made with sugar — not corn syrup — just like in the old days. And that's why many true Coca-Cola fans stock up during the Jewish holiday. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks about the difference in taste with Ralph Roberts, co-author of Classic Cooking with Coca-Cola.

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