Apples

Apples grow on trees and are a member of the rose family. They are one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits in the world.

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Can you tell the difference by taste between an apple and potato blind folded and without your sense of smell?

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yes you can because a potato has no taste and an apple is sweet also, a potato isn't juicy and apples are.
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How do worms get through hard apples?

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some apples arent that hard, that's how worms get in
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Is it true that apples don't really have cores?

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The no core theory was popularized by a 2013 video by Foodbeast in which an apple was eaten whole—seeds and all—from the bottom up, eliminating the “core” entirely. Some oppose this apple eating method based on safety concerns, as apple seeds contain amygdalin, which releases cyanide when digested. However, you’d have to eat roughly 18 apples (including seeds) to even get close to a lethal dose. So, you can safely eat through an entire apple. With that established, the confusion then lies in what constitutes the actual core. By one definition, the core is just the thin, fibrous band that runs through the center of an apple, containing the seeds and attaching to the stem. However, The Atlantic argues that the “core” is actually what we choose to leave behind after consumption, which varies from person to person, and eating the apple in its entirety prevents the core from ever existing. They also state that most of us waste up to 30 percent of perfectly good fruit as a result of avoiding the core. One study suggests that the core and seeds actually contain the highest concentration of healthy bacteria, and researchers encouraged people to consume the entire apple to get the most nutritional benefit.
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What can i major with milk an apple 5 eggs and a banana?

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You can make a banana-apple smoothie with the milk and have some deviled eggs or just hard boiled eggs.
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How long does it take an apple and banana to become rotten?

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an apple and a banana gets rotten like in an hour interesting
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What will a rotten apple look like?

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rotten apple will look smushy. well, you know. you will know if it is rotten if it doesn't look good... (-_-
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What causes apple spoilage?

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What causes apple spoilage is bacteria that forms on it from letting it sit in the fridge for along time.!!!!!!!:)
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How do you wedge an apple?

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Cut the apple in half. Remove seeds and core. Cut in pieces resembling a watermelon slice. I hope this will help you.
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What fruit is known as the love apple?

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Not an apple at all, but a biblical reference to sex.
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What is the center of the apple?

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the CORE where the seeds are. is were the seeds are The core. i don bloody know mate The centre of an apple is called a core.
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What is the pH level of granny smith apples?

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the pH level of granny smith apples is 6.2.
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How the great indian rhinoceros helps the rhino apple tree in dispersing its seeds?

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The Indian Rhino's usually feed in the forest eating the apples during the heat of the day. In the cool of the evening they eventually move out into open grasslands. It is here that they perform their final duty. Neatly deposited with a ration of fertlising manure, the seeds of the apple tree.
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What food group is apple?

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Apples are in the fruit group.
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What is an example of a simple recall type of test?

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Essay Tests or Fill In the Blank are both recall tests
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A plant that produces seeds are enclosed in a fruit?

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Angiosperms are plants that produce seeds enclosed in a fruit.
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How does an apple smell?

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like your mums fishy fANYY
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Where can I obtain a map of Michigan to determine where the apple orchards are located?

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The easiest way to locate the honey crisp apples grown in Michigan can be done by going to the site Michigan apples dot com. They have nice maps to all the farms.