Wednesday, September 29, 2010

If you're not from the US, would you recognize an "apple core"?

Do only Americans throw away this much of an apple?
In the rest of the world, I'm told, there's no such thing as an "apple core". What's left after eating an apple is, maybe a handful of seeds and a stem, or maybe not. That's what's left after I eat an apple. For what we pay for organic apples, I figure, why waste any of it?

If you eat only 3/4 of a daily apple, do you keep away only 3 out of 4 doctors?

What do you think? Maybe you can enlighten me on this?

Image courtesy I take it Marion County, Oregon, grows a lot of apples. I'm sure they'd want them put to good use.

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