Use Rubber Band To Keep Cut Apples Fresh

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After cutting an apple, put it back together with an elastic ban. This will keep it from going brown in lunches.

By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario


A cut apple that is held together with a rubberband to keep from browning.

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August 22, 20120 found this helpful

That's nice, putting back the apple together with an rubber band. It gets to show that rubber band is one of the most beneficial and adaptable products in our home. In fact, there are few more out-of-the-box utilizes for them. Learn some more unexpected utilizes for rubber bands here:

January 28, 20130 found this helpful

What happens about the seeds? If you pare out the seed part in the middle and then put it back together, will the center get brown? If you don't pare out the seeds, how does the eater remove them at lunch time?

January 28, 20130 found this helpful

Why would you cut an apple in two and not use it?

January 5, 20230 found this helpful

I use thick rubber bands around the glass knobs on my cannister jar so that I am not as apt to drop the lid and break it.


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