Tuesday, October 20, 2009

A Delicious 180-Day-Old Apple?

It’s apple season. If you’re finding yourself with more than you can cook, cut, candy, swap, etc., consider this tip from the Old Farmer’s Almanac… According to their site, apples can be easily stored and stay good for up to six months. All you need is a cool place in your home and a couple of cardboard boxes.

1 comment:

pjkobulnicky said...

The cool place in your home must be about 34 degrees F, very high humidity and preferably with a controlled atmosphere (i.e, CO2 or some other gas that prevents oxidation). Otherwise your apples will be what you would expect for a 180 day old apple.