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Old 04-16-2014, 05:15 AM
Location: Central Midwest
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I bought some apples this week and they were expensive and tasted sour and not good at all. I'm thinking about making fried apples (cinnamon) for Easter dinner. These will pair well with the ham and pork loin I'm having.
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Old 04-16-2014, 07:22 AM
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Here in Canada we have special storage buildings for apples, that are air tight, and have a vacuum system that removes all of the oxygen. That keeps them fresh longer. I used to live in the country, outside of Toronto, on a rural road, and the farm across the way had three of those storage buildings. The farmer has about 700 acres of apple orchards, and grows many types. The family have been in apples for over 100 years. They also grow strawberries.

Jim B.

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