Braeburn Apples: Sweet, rich, and spicy braeburns hold up well in cooking. Whether your dish is sweet or savory, crisp braeburns add depth and flavor. Keeps about six months.
Golden Delicious Apples: Juicy, flavorful, and sweet this apple works overtime and can be used for baking, salads, or snacking. Keeps up to two months.
Jonagold Apples: A combination of Jonathan and golden delicious apples creates a variety that is crisp and juicy with hints of honey. Pack it in your lunch or combine it with Granny Smith apples to make a to-die-for apple pie. Keeps about three months.
Red Delicious Apples: Crisp, tart and juicy, red delicious apples are great for snacking or making homemade apple cider. Keeps six months.
Gala Apples: Fragrant, sweet and mildly tart, galas don't turn brown as fast as other apples. Use them in salads, but forgo them in baking. Keeps up to three months.
A blend of several apples lends texture and flavor to homemade applesauce. Combine cooking apples (such as Braeburn, golden delicious and Jonagold apples) to create an applesauce that has depth. Skins may be removed or left on depending on your personal preference.
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