After watching my father eat apples whole for most of my childhood, the way my friends pecked on the apples packed in their lunchboxes seemed, at best, inefficient. When they threw out the cores, there was always plenty of good apple left, at least in my humble 8-year-old opinion.
It was even worse if the fruit was prepped with an apple corer since an entire section of the apple went uneaten. But why should you care about a little extra apple? One very delicious reason: That fruit could go into your warm, irresistible holiday pies! Cooking Light has a kitchen hack that allows you to get the most out of each and every apple--with minimal effort. In fact, their trick is even easier than slicing an apple by hand. They use a mandolin to thin-slice the fruit--perfect for pie prep--and simply pop out the seeds and minuscule tough sections.
Watch the short video to see the easy technique you need to get the most fruit out of each apple.
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