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Cooking & Preserving Foods: 'Bramley apples' from England, looking for substitute

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Naples, FL
(Zone 10a)

November 15, 2007
12:26 PM

Post #4195111

When making apple pies in England Bramley apples are the apples of choice. Here I have found Granny Smith to be similar in flavor but not in texture. What tart apples to you recommend for use in apple pies?I have a wonderful Dutch Apple Pie recipe that I intend to make for the holidays.
I'm in SW Florida so depend on what gets trucked in, no apple growers here!!
High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 15, 2007
1:17 PM

Post #4195269

personally i prefer combination of golden delicious or gala so i do not have to use more sugar. i hope these links help u decide ,

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Naples, FL
(Zone 10a)

November 16, 2007
2:08 PM

Post #4199346

Those are some very nice resources; I wish I didn't need to stick with the commercially available varieties. I will give it a try!! Thanks.

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