An old, late-season Australian apple now popular world-wide. Excellent for cooking when you want a puree, as for apple sauce. Good eating with tart, crisp flesh, when fresh, but can be disappointing as an eating apple out of season. Grannys are best known for the distinctive green flesh, which sometimes bears a red blush, and their very tart flavour. To store: Apples keep best in the crisper in your fridge. They keep for up to 3 weeks. At room temperature they ripen too quickly and become mealy after 2 days.
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