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Jewish Recipes --> Jewish and Israeli Foods --> Cooking Apples

Often people have cooking apple trees and are swamped with apples in September. They often give the apples away to anyone who wants them, sometimes by taking them to work in plastic bags and leaving them on the kitchen table. Care should be taken when preparing "free" apples as they often have grubs (worms) inside.

Table of Apples

Cooking Apples offered for free

Common cooking apple cultivars

1. Grenadier (apple)
2. Bramley (apple)
3. Granny Smith (also used as an eating apple)
4. Rhode Island Greening
5. Jonathan apple (also used as an eating apple)
6. Royal Gala

Jewish Cookig: Apples Recipes

Apples, with skin (edible parts) Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

  • Energy 218 kJ (52 kcal)
  • Carbohydrates 13.81 g
    - Sugars 10.39
    - Dietary fiber 2.4 g
  • Fat 0.17 g
  • Protein 0.26 g
  • Water 85.56 g
  • Vitamin A equiv. 3 μg (0%)
    - beta-carotene 27 μg (0%)
    - lutein and zeaxanthin 29 μg
  • Thiamine (vit. B1) 0.017 mg (1%)
  • Riboflavin (vit. B2) 0.026 mg (2%)
  • Niacin (vit. B3) 0.091 mg (1%)
  • Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.061 mg (1%)
  • Vitamin B6 0.041 mg (3%)
  • Folate (vit. B9) 3 μg (1%)
  • Vitamin C 4.6 mg (6%)
  • Vitamin E 0.18 mg (1%)
  • Vitamin K 2.2 μg (2%)
    Calcium 6 mg (1%)
  • Iron 0.12 mg (1%)
  • Magnesium 5 mg (1%)
  • Manganese 0.035 mg (2%)
  • Phosphorus 11 mg (2%)
  • Potassium 107 mg (2%)
  • Sodium 1 mg (0%)
  • Zinc 0.04 mg (0%)
  • Fluoride 3.3 g

USDA Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults.

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