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Fuji Apple

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Bred in Japan in the 1930s, the Fuji was grafted from Virginian apple royalty Rawls Jennet and Iowa’s Red Delicious. Extremely popular in Japan and the USA. About the size of a baseball (yakyuu no booru), this apple is sweet and delicious.

Storage Tips

Apples should be kept in a cool (below 60/70°F) space away from sunlight and heat, where they will keep for two weeks. Refrigerated apples can last as long as six weeks.
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September Wonder Fuji Apple

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Bred by the famous Stark Brothers, The September Wonder also goes by Jubilee. September Fuji is an early Fuji – which is great for those who anxious for the Fuji season to begin.

Storage Tips

Apples should be kept in a cool (below 60/70°F) space away from sunlight and heat, where they will keep for two weeks. Refrigerated apples can last as long as six weeks.
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Myra Fuji Apple

Myra Fuji Apple

The Fuji is a wildly successful and well loved apple. Many of its “sports” have received accolades and patents. The Myra is a pink offshoot discovered by Myles Van Leuven in an orchard near Prescott, WA, in 1996, now grown throughout the US.

Storage Tips

Apples should be kept in a cool (below 60/70°F) space away from sunlight and heat, where they will keep for two weeks. Refrigerated apples can last as long as six weeks.
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Grilled Portobello and Apple Salad

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Courtesy of Delilah’s Farm Report INGREDIENTS 2 portobello mushrooms, sliced about 1/2 inch thick 1 fuji apple, cut into 1/2 inch wedges 1/4 cup olive oil 1 sprig rosemary Salt and pepper 2 cups lettuce Rosemary-orange vinaigrette Zest of one orange 3 tablespoons orange juice Rosemary-flavored olive oil (see preparation instructions) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 [...]

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Celery Root, Apple, and Shallot Soup

Celery  Root, Apple, and Shallot  Soup Adapted  from Bon Appétit INGREDIENTS 2  Tablespoons (1/4 stick)  butter 2  cups cubed (1/2 inch)  peeled celery root,  from one 3/4-lb celery  root ½ cup celery root greens, coarsely chopped 2  apples (1.5 cups) peeled,  cored and chopped into  1/2-inch cubes (you  can use Granny Smith,  Fuji, or Pink [...]

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