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October 10, 2011 / windlessly

Reunited with eating apples the old fashioned way

There’s nothing quite like biting into a crisp, firm, in-season apple. Got the picture in your mind? Sinking your teeth into that first bite, the satisfying snap as you commit and bite through, the slight tartness complimenting the candy-delicious flesh….  I just finished eating a delicious honeycrisp apple and all I can think about is going to get another.

I’m a big fan of eating apples raw, the old fashioned way. It brings you more in contact with the fruit as you consume it, and it’s a more personal experience than eating slices off a plate. Maybe it’s just the fact that I’ve missed biting into a solid juicy apple right off the counter- having braces for three and a half years prevented that for a while. But now that I finally have them off, it’s a small joy in life that I can enjoy once again. As fall approaches, more and more delectable varieties of apples are coming into season, and in New York it’s a wonderful thing to walk into a grocery store and see aisles of green, red, and yellow apples of all kinds and varieties. It’s an even better thing to be able to taste them all.

You never really miss something until you can’t have it. Apples seem like ordinary, plain fruit to New Yorkers, but in reality we should be enjoying them more than ever. We have the luxury of being able to go apple picking and to go to a store and select the freshest, ripest apples. I mean, I still enjoy eating the other fruit that I love- mangoes, kiwis, asian pear, strawberries…. but nothing beats a good apple.

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