Apple with no skin
The outside of an apple is covered in a waxy shell called a skin. Many people remove the skins before eating apples.
skin that comes off an apple
Both are equally as important and its always better to eat an apple with the skin on! :)
The skinThe skin of the apple.
An apple's skin has vitamins and flavonoid called "quercetin" that prevents wrinkles from forming. Aside from that, apples are also known to help avoid heart diseases. As the saying goes, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". This is true. So, keep eating those apples.
The Velvet apple (also called Mabolo) is not a real apple but rather a rare tropical fruit that is related to ebony trees. The name is well chosen as it looks like an apple but with a rather velvety skin, similar to a peach.
An apple is called an apple because an apple is a fruit. The round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin red or green skin and crisp flesh. Its from the rose family that is correct , but why do we have names for nicknames and names for a relative of a certain meaning? You and i wonder why...
Apple skin is safe for a dog to eat, you just need to avoid the pips found in the core of the apple.
This is a possessive - "The skin of the apple" so it goes "The apple's skin was rather tough" If there's more than one apple you'd say "The apples' skins were rather tough"
An average apple with skin is 53 calories. If one prefers an apple without skin, the calorie amount is approximately the same, but lacks a sufficient amount of fiber.
A medium apple without the skin is about 70-75 cal. A large apple (no skin) is 90-100
You could say The apple's skin was rather tough. The apple skin was rather tough is even better.
It would be the skin
No, but apple seeds contain a toxic substance.
One medium apple, with its skin on is 25grams.....
The Inside Of An Apple Is Called A Core, It Is Not Called The Meat Of The Apple
It depends on the size of the apple, but an apple including skin has about 0.7 grams of fiber per ounce. A medium (4.9 oz) apple has 3.3 grams of fiber.
The part of the fruit under the skin but outside the apple core.
No but there is in apple skin and pulp the reason that theirs no fibre is because during the process of making clear apple juice they remove the skin and pulp therefore it loses it's fibre
The vine is called a balsam apple. The fruit and seeds may be toxic.
because they have the same layer the crust which is the skin of an apple the mantle the white part of an apple and the core which is the seed of an apple.
Dried apple is called just that: dried apple.