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Apple cider is pressed from the pulp of apples. It makes a refreshing drink and is also used as a cooking ingredient. Unfermented cider is called sweet cider. Fermented cider, with an alcoholic content of 3-7 percent, is known as hard cider. Good-quality cider is sold in apple-growing regions and well-stocked markets.
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Apple Corers are invaluable tools for removing the cores and seeds from apples and pears. Made of stainless steel, apple corers usually have a medium size shaft and a circular cutting tool on the end which removes the core in once piece.
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Apple juice, extracted from fresh apples, is enjoyed as a beverage or used as an ingredient in sweet or savory dishes. It is available fresh, in bottles or as frozen concentrate.
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Apples are versatile tree fruits sold in many varieties for cooking or eating raw. Among the most popular are the slightly tart, red-skinned Rome; the slightly tart, green-skinned pippin and Granny Smith; the mildly tart, red-skinned Jonathan; and the sweet, yellow-skinned Golden Delicious. Controlled storage ensures a good supply of apples the year around. Choose firm, unblemished fruit; store in the refrigerator or in a cool, dark place.
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Applesauce consists of apples that have been cooked until soft and often flavored with cinnamon or nutmeg. Smooth or chunky applesauce, sweetened or unsweetened, is available in grocery stores.
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