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Apples … good to the core: But what is the difference between a Gala and a Fuji? - The Grand Island Independent: Food

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Apples … good to the core: But what is the difference between a Gala and a Fuji?

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Posted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 12:00 am

In the kitchen, apples are not interchangeable, which is why it’s good to know a little before you buy them.

For those noshers who like firm apples, a soft-flesh McIntosh will never do, and for those with a taste for tart, the only good apple is a Granny Smith. Some apples are sweet (Red Delicious), others are watery (Ginger Gold) and still others are best used in baked goods (Rome Beauty).

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