1. To start, wrap each apple in a damp piece of paper towel. 2. Next, place all of the apples inside a plastic bag. Tie the top of the bag and poke a couple of holes throughout the surface.
– Never store apples in direct sunlight. – Do not store apples at room temperature if it is very humid. This accelerates bacterial growth AND natural aging.
1. Place the cut apples inside a large mixing bowl. 2. Drizzle the slices with fresh lemon or lime juice. This step helps prevent the slices from turning brown.
When storing cooked apples, you must place them in an airtight container. Then, keep them in the middle of the fridge.