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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by flutterby, Sep 25, 2015.

  1. flutterby

    flutterby Active Member

    So I bought a small bag of apples from a local health food store chain. They were locally grown and delicious - really tart and so full of Vit. C. So I bought another bag later of the same brand and these are all dry and pulpy. I wonder why this happens? it's really hard to find consistently good apples these days and I end up wasting money on ones I cannot even eat they are so dry. Is this because the apple tree was not healthy? or maybe they've sat too long ie. old? The same with oranges. A good one out of 4 is lucky.
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  2. the mechanic

    the mechanic Active Member

    ... one suggestion is to buy your apples singularly as opposed to bagged, that way you can easily inspect them. i buy single apples regularly and they're always fine. however, oranges i've found can sometimes be dry inside and there's no way of guarding against that. usually they're good though ...

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