Using and Storing Apples

This is the time of year we get our apples. The Apple Harvest is a event in West Virginia that happens each year at this time. The apples we get there are not only reasonably priced, but they are delicious. When I had children at home I did a lot of different things with them. Now, I only make applesauce with them or just eat them.

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To keep them so they will last, just put them in a Styrofoam chest or cardboard box (with the top on) and put in the basement or garage if you don't have a cellar. Make sure you put them in a dry spot with the temperature around 32 to 45 degrees F (not getting any colder.) They will last a long time that way and you can eat them daily. You know what they say, "An apple a day keeps the Dr. away!".

By dorothy wedenoja from New Creek, WV

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