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Storm broke limbs, loaded with unripe apples

Posted by albert_135 Sunset 2 or 3 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 12, 14 at 15:13

A storm broke several large limbs loaded with unripe apples from an old neglected tree. We are not sure but we think from debris left when we bought the place that the apples are a yellow variety. They are currently hard and green between the size of a golf ball and a tennis ball.

Are there any uses for this fruit?

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This post was edited by albert_135 on Tue, Aug 12, 14 at 15:17


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RE: Storm broke limbs, loaded with unripe apples

You might make "Green Apple Chutney" out of them.

Or compost them.


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RE: Storm broke limbs, loaded with unripe apples

Unripe apples can be made into apple jelly or pectin stock for making other jellies. They don't need any prep other than washing, destalking, boiling and straining. The larger ones could be used for apple sauce, stewed apple or any other cooked apple recipe. The Harvest Forum can probably offer other ideas and advice on safe canning procedures.

Here is a link that might be useful: Harvest Forum


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