Keep Apples from Turning Brown?

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Brush the apple slices with lemon juice, salt water, orange juice, or sugar water.
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How to Keep Apples From Turning Brown
Whether you purchased your apples at a road side stand, farmers' market, grocery store, or straight from the orchard, it's important to use them before they are past their prime. But once you slice into an apple, it can quickly turn brown. There are... More »
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Freshly cut apples will start to turn brown quickly if you don't use them or eat them right away. To keep them from turning brown, you can brush the cuts with some lemon juice. You can also put your apple slices in a bowl of a quart of water with one quarter cup of lemon juice.
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You can often use a spritz of lemon juice to prevent the apples from browning or a touch of vinegar. For delicious recipes for diced apples check out
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1. Pour ½ cup lemon juice into a small bowl. 2. Cut an apple into eight equal slices using a knife or apple slicer. 3. Soak slices in lemon juice for 60 seconds. 4. Shake slices
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1 Choose apples that are less prone to browning . A study found that Arangeh tend to brown the least. Granny Smith and Golden Smoty apples also showed minimal browning. Golden Delicious
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Lemon Juice contains acids that act as a preservative preventing the natural aging process of an apple from ruining it. You should try putting lemon juice on your apples before you
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