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How To: Aussie Apple

Ever heard of an Aussie Apple? It is the way in which you cut the apple four times and then secure with a rubber band to keep it fresh, but easy to eat.

When I eat an apple, I want to eat every last bit, so I use an apple corer and put the slices in a container, but I’m not a picky kid and don’t mind if there’s a little browning. One day, I cored my apple, tossed the core and used a rubber band – some browning. I wonder if I would have left the core in, would it reduce the browning? I never tried because really it doesn’t matter to me.

If you’re kid is particular about her apples, try this trick of putting the apple back together and putting on a rubber band. It may not be end-all of brown apple slices but it might be a better solution than no apple eating. If you try the Aussie Apple cut, let me know.

Source and photo credit: Another Lunch

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  • Stacey September 6, 2011, 10:27 am

    Never heard of this before but it’s a great idea. Will be trying this out soon!

  • Chinnchinn June 10, 2012, 8:17 am

    apple just makes you lazy!!!! cuz u got the touch shit. this makes you even more dumer than you r because the opoints are simlified so you dont do much work! I bet the next mac product will be the macmachine, it will do everything for you MAC IS GAY LIVE WITH IT YOU CAANT BET WINDOWS IN COMPUTERS PHONES AND ODER SHIT U MAKEWindows 98 kicks the apples ass!