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This Is Exactly How Much Fiber Is In An Apple


There are a few specific key things that scream fall: sweaters, colorful leaves, Halloween, thick scarves, pumpkin-spice everything…and of course, apples. Caramel apples, apple cider, apple donuts, apple picking, you name it. The fruit is pretty much synonymous with the season.

Universally loved, apples have become a lunchbox, gourmet salad, and snack staple. They pair well with everything from cheese to veggies and desserts—while still being an excellent stand-alone snack.With a satisfying crunch and refreshing taste, it’s pretty much the perfect fruit.

They’re also an incredibly accessible fruit. No matter where you live—even if you aren’t in the famous apple-growing regions of Washington and New York—you can easily and affordably get your hands on an apple and enjoy its delicious sweet flavor and amazing health benefits. None of this off-season B.S. you get with other produce (we’re looking at you, $7 January avocados!).

And we have to say, it’s no coincidence that some of the English language’s most soothing, familiar phrases contain a reference to the versatile fruit. Just think: The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. You are the apple of my eye.   

As we enter prime apple season, which means photo opps at the orchard and hearty, delicious oatmeal for breakfast, it’s in your best interest to maximize the experience by learning as much as you possibly can about how to pick them, store them, and use them. Read on for everything you need to know about apples this fall.


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