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Apples, Autumn Glory

Autumn Glory Apples

Autumn Glory Apples are a large variety of sweet crisp eating apples that have a slight taste of cinnamon with a touch of caramel. They were slightly more expensive than other apples at the market, which is probably due to the fact that they are only grown and sold by the company that developed them, […]

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Granny Smith Apples

Granny Smith Apples

Granny Smith apples are available in most supermarkets; they were originally cultivated in Australia in 1868 and have a bright green skin that is often speckled with faint white lenticels (spots). Granny Smith apples are medium to large in size and have a round shape. They are a firm and juicy apple with thick skin. […]

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Apples Collard Greens Pear Spinach Green Smoothie

Apples Collard Greens Pear Spinach Green Smoothie

Apples collard greens pear spinach green smoothie is a delightful vegan recipe for breakfast or any other time of the day, which takes about 15 minutes to prepare. We each have two 12-oz. glasses of a green smoothie for our breakfast, so we usually completely fill the large container of our Vita-Mix high speed blender. […]

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Apples Raisins Cinnamon with Raisin Almond Rice

Butternut Squash Apples Raisins Cinnamon

Butternut squash apples raisins cinnamon is a delicious vegan recipe for any meal or festive occasion including Thanksgiving, and will make about 12 servings as a side dish. Preparation time is about 15 minutes and cooking time is about 30 minutes in a microwave oven. Leftovers can be stored in a covered container in the […]

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Apples, Zestar

Apples, Zestar

Zestar® apples are one of the earliest maturing apples, and unlike most other early apples, the Zestar® has a crispy texture with a wonderful sweet-tart taste, and the crispiness lasts for a couple of weeks when refrigerated. They are a great eating apple, but unfortunately, we haven’t seen them in any supermarkets. We bought ours […]

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Apples, Winesap

Apples, Winesap

The winesap apple, also called Stayman Winesap, has an old-fashioned (1870ish) tart, almost wine-like flavor that makes it the cider maker’s first choice. If you like tart crisp apples, these are great. Winesap apples are mostly red, usually with a little bit of yellow or green lingering about, and they are great as a snack, […]

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Apples, Vista Bella

Apples, Vista Bella

Vista Bella apples are tart, crisp (when fresh picked), early eating apples that ripen in late July and early August, and they are usually the first apple we see at the farm stores.  They are also sometimes referred to as “vistabella apples.  It is a cross between a July Red, Williams Early Red, and Starr […]

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Apples, Tydeman

Apples, Tydeman

Tydeman apples are tart, crisp (when fresh picked), early eating and cooking apples that ripen in August.  They are also referred to as Tydeman’s Red, and Tydeman’s Early.  It is a cross between a Worcester Pearmain and Red McIntosh, and was developed in England in 1929.  Tydeman apples are not good storage apples, as they […]

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Apples, Sansa

Apples, Sansa

Sansa apples are a very delicious, sweet-tart early apple, and as with most early apples they should be eaten right after harvest and refrigerated to preserve their freshness. Their taste is similar to that of a Gala apple. Sansa apples originated in 1969 when a Japanese researcher, Dr. Yoshio Yoshida, sent pollen from the Akane […]

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Apples, Royal Gala

Apples, Royal Gala

Royal Gala apples were named in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.  The Royal Gala is a cross between a Golden Delicious and an orange Pippin. With a crisp and aromatically sweet juicy flesh, this apple has pinkish-orange stripes over a yellow flesh and is usually eaten fresh. Royal Gala apples were originally developed in New […]

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