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Remember, apples are one of the most highly sprayed crops in the US. So where possible, buy organic!

A Note From Adeline Waugh

How 'bout them apples? Oh apples, you ever versatile and satisfying fruit. Apples are a part of the most comforting dishes imaginable; think warm apple pie, spiced apple cider, smooth apple butter spread on crunchy toast on a cold fall day- sorry, I’m getting carried away with this apple induced daydream. On the other side of the spectrum, apples can add a tart zing of refreshment- think cabbage, green apple, and walnut slaw or a crisp sangria with oranges and apple slices on a hot summer day-again, I apologize for the apple fantasizing. If it hasn’t been made abundantly clear, I love apples; and you should too! Take a gander at the feed below and get inspired by the endless possibilities the apple has to offer.
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South Florida + DC

Holistic nutrition student, optimal aesthetics admirer, breakfast spread aficionado, creator of Vibrant&Pure Wellness

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Castagnole! These fritters, named for their chestnut shape, are a classic sweet treat for Carnevale…

Chestnut Flour Apple Fritters (castagnole)

Castagnole! These fritters, named for their chestnut shape, are a classic sweet treat for Carnevale, the period right before Lent. The ones pictured here are chestnut and apple castagnole.
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