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How to Eat: Apples

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How to Eat: Apples - by Tony Naylor/ Fruit: How to Eat/ Life and Style/ The Guardian/ theguradian.com

"Have you ever found yourself flummoxed by the question, “How do you like them apples?” Would it trigger an existential crisis as you realise, in a rising panic, “Actually, now that you mention it, I don’t know. Why have I never thought about it? What do I think about them apples?” If so, then you are in the right place. This month, How To Eat – the Guardian blog that analyses the best way to enjoy Britain’s favourite food stuffs – is considering the apple, a fruit so powerful that it occasioned man’s Biblical fall from grace, is central to America’s mythic self-image and, of course, connects the Wurzels, William Burroughs and Mr Kipling. Below the line, please get to the core of your argument quickly. Prevarication will give your fellow contributors the pip. As will any unnecessary aggression. “It makes you look,” as my Granny Smith used to say, “like a bit of a Cox.”...'"

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The humble apple is the ultimate healthy snack food. Photograph: Aaron Huey/Getty Images/National Geographic


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I love apples. My favorites are probably just raw granny smiths and apple crisp dessert. But I also like chunks of apple in my oatmeal sometimes, slices in salads, and apple cider too. YUM.
Tis the season for apples!
 

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I love apples. My favorites are probably just raw granny smiths and apple crisp dessert. But I also like chunks of apple in my oatmeal sometimes, slices in salads, and apple cider too. YUM.
Tis the season for apples!


I too love apples and enjoy trying different varieties. A few years ago when visiting San Francisco, I discovered a variety at a local Fruit Stand along the Embarcadero that hadn't tried before - Pink Lady (aka Cripps Pink). It was a treat.

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For more info see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cripps_Pink


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I too love apples and enjoy trying different varieties. A few years ago when visiting San Francisco, I discovered a variety at a local Fruit Stand along the Embarcadero that hadn't tried before - Pink Lady (aka Cripps Pink). It was a treat.

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For more info see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cripps_Pink


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Ha! Funny you should say that. The Pink Lady is my favorite apple. :)
 

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Tis is such an appropriate post. Right now B.C. apples are fresh and beautiful. I'm not a big apple fan in the middle of winter, mainly because I stuff myself with the really great ones we get in the fall here and the "imports" just don't cut it.

Macs (McIntosh) are my favourite - crunchy and a bit tart. Slices with a dab of peanut butter - my favourite night snack.

I missed lunch - it shows.
 
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