There's always something new to learn about the Types of Fruit that grows in and around the home.
You learn something new every day. I never knew you could use apples already frozen on the tree.
I'm going to remember this thread.
"There's a crop of goldrush apples hanging on the tree still. I know that when we had a cold spell for a couple of days they got a bit of freeze. But they are still firm mostly, and I'd like to make some applesauce with them to use them up.
Shouldn't be a problem. Right?"
"if they are too mushy, I'd just make applesauce and freeze or can it. These are my favorite apples. They are the last ones picked and they last forever. Even if the skins are wrinkled, the fruit is still firm and sweet."
"It took two days in a crockpot and you will need a food mill, but the results were worth it. It was very easy, just a lot of pot watching. Dana ; )"
"you might want to try a sample batch first..not sure if the freezing would affect that flavor or not...the texture of the apples won't matter-freezing screws with texture of fruit and whatnot"
"I used to peel, slice and freeze apples all the time. Made applesauce,apple crisp,and apple pie out of them"
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