Gardening to 'grow your own food' from square foot to half an acre !!
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My apples keep in a cool porch. The Bramleys into new year if I check them regularly and remove any rotters. Pears all go at once so I stew & freeze.
Drying and juicing seem like a lot of work for little result.
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If you wrap the apples individually in newspaper and then store in a coolish place, they will keep for a surprisingly long time (if they have no bruises or blemishes on them). You could try apple sauce or a variety of chutneys. Fruit butters. I like to cook & freeze or eat & when I get fed up of crumbles, I try tarte tatin, apple flapjacks or Dorset apple cake. And you could use in mincemeat ready for Christmas
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