An Apple a Day Keeps ... Elastic Waistbands Away?
By Jennifer R. Scott
As much as this could be attributed to the fruit's filling fiber content, it may be in the mind, too -- it takes a long time to chew a whole apple (including skin), so the apple eaters probably felt like they had consumed quite a bit more food than those who didn't munch the fruit, which helped them know when to say when.
Tip: Always choose firm apples with no soft spots.
Tip: To prevent apples from absorbing odors, store apart from foods with strong smells.
Tip: Dip apple slices into three parts water to one part lemon juice to impede browning.
Tip: Store apples in the fridge to slow ripening and retain flavor.
Tip: Always wash apples with soap and water; rinse well.
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