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Buy a couple of each type available at your local fruit and vegetable markets, label, test, and record Apples are different around the world, and are seasonal. Out of season apples are pretty terrible to me Once you identify your target apple, buy them in bulk when they are in season, cook them to your liking, and freeze or bottle The freezing of cooked ...
When I buy apples I also like to go for the most crispy ones. To find these, what I do is I flick the apples with my finger and listen to the sound it makes. You will be looking for a clear, 'high pitch' sound. Try flicking different apples and you will notice the difference between the sounds. The ones that are more mushy make a soft, 'low pitch' sound. ...
Better Homes and Gardens offers an Unpeeled Apple Pie recipe that looks exactly like a regular apple pie recipe, except that you don't peel the apples. Guess their test kitchen found it edible! I'm about to try unpeeled apple turnovers myself, using my regular recipe. Here's the BH&G link: http://www.bhg.com/recipe/pies/no-peel-apple-pie/
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