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RECIPES FOR THE APPLE HARVEST

With an endless choice of varieties that cover almost the entire alphabet, apples can be grown in every state, and are harvested from January to May depending on where you live. If stored carefully you can be eating fresh apples all year round.

Whether you’re lucky enough to have your own apple tree, can snaffle a few boxes of seconds from the markets or wild harvest the trees in your neighbourhood, the apple bonanza is upon us. Here are some ideas from several Australian apple growers to make the most of this year’s harvest.

APPLE SCRAP VINEGAR

Recipe by Maude Farrugia

Apple scrap vinegar turns a few simple ingredients into something far greater than the sum of its parts. Unlike apple cider vinegar, which is made of the high-value pure fermented juice from apples, apple scrap vinegar is made from little more than the waste from processing apples.

But don’t be put off by its scrappy name—it tastes remarkably similar to its more prestigious cider-derived

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