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Gravenstein Apple Butter

Gravenstein Apples came from a wild seedling found in Demark in 1669.

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Gravenstein apples

are not usually grown commercially,

they do not keep well and their variable harvest season

make them unsuitable.

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Traditionally grown in farmsteads and backyards,

the variety still flourishes today,

and is considered an heirloom apple,

especially for pies, sauce

and cider.

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These beauties

came from a dwarf tree we have in our front yard.

Harvested yesterday,

today some are in a pot cooking

to make a batch of

apple butter.

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‘RURALITY BLOG HOP’ #72

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