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The fruit of the tree Malus sylvestris, which has a long tradition as a ‘healthy food’; the components responsible for the 'apple effect' include high pectin content, soluble fiber and polyphenols
Apples may be useful in reducing the risk of cancer, controlling DM, favourably altering GI transit times in both constipation and diarrhea, and for cardiovascular disease, as pectin decreases cholesterol
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apple

Popular nutrition The fruit of the tree Malus sylvestris, which has a long tradition as a 'healthy food'; the components responsible for the apple's effect include its high pectin content, soluble fiber, and polyphenols. See Healthy foods.
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ap·ple

(ap'ĕl)
The edible, more-or-less spheric fruit of trees of the genus Malus.
[O.E. aeppel]
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Q. what about drinking vinger apple to keep fit?

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An excellent dessert apple. Ripens October, keeps until January.
Cranberry Filo Tarts You need: 2 sheets filo pastry (approx 90g) 10g reduced fat butter, melted 2 tangerines or clementines 10 tbsp granular Canderel ' tsp cinnamon - tsp freshly grated nutmeg 1 dessert apple, cored and coarsely grated 300g fresh or frozen cranberries Makes 12 Preparation time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 10-12 minutes at 180C or Gas Mark 4 Method: 1.
Squat Rambo apples store well and are an excellent dessert apple useful for eating fresh or cooking.
Toffee Apple Brownies By Jemma Volp Fletcher at Cup of Love Bakery For the topping: 85g light muscovado sugar, 55g unsalted butter, 1 dessert apple, cored and thinly sliced For the brownies: 115g unsalted butter plus a bit extra for greasing, 175g light muscovado sugar, 2 eggs, beaten, 200g plain flour, 1 tsp baking powder, half tsp bicarbonate of soda, 1 and a half tsp ground mixed spice, 2 eating apples, peeled and coarsely grated, 85g chopped hazelnuts Method: Preheat oven to 180C/350f/Gas Mark 4.
SWEDE and APPLE: Mix bite-sized chunks of swede and dessert apple in a roasting tin with a little oil.
4) Add 1 large dessert apple (cored and finely chopped) and 75g/3oz sultanas.
Ingredients * 1 egg * 50ml/1fl oz apple juice * Vegetable oil, for greasing * 160g/6'oz plain flour * 1 tsp baking powder * 20g/1oz butter, softened * 1 medium dessert apple, peeled * 60g/2oz mature cheddar cheese, grated, plus a bit extra for sprinkling Method Preheat the oven at 180C/350F/Gas 4.
The RHS's recommended varieties include "Blenheim orange", used early for cooking, "discovery", a red-flushed dessert apple, "Egremont russet", a dessert type which is good for storage, and "pixie", a Cox's type apple which produces small fruits ideal for children.
Peel, core and slice a dessert apple into six rings, dunk in batter.
Majestic - pounds 5.19 This Superiore combines lively Granny Smith apple-style freshness with a dessert apple and melon influenced softness.
Save pounds 10 on Ruby apples ATTRACTIVE, crisp and sweet red flushed dessert apple, Ruby crops heavily with large fruit, which can be stored for two to three months.
The RHS's recommended varieties include Blenheim Orange, used early for cooking, Discovery, a red-flushed dessert apple, Egremont Russet, a dessert type which is good for storage, and Pixie, a Cox''s type apple which produces small fruits ideal for children.