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  1. Use an apple corer: The single purpose of this tool is to core an apple. Just push it through, twist and lift it back out to easily remove the center of your apple. Use a melon baller: Cut the apple in half first, then use the melon baller to take out the seeds and create a perfectly round, hollow center.
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  3. "As brief as his career was (his first mixtape came out in late and he was dead of an overdose two years later), Lil Peep—born Gustav Åhr in —had a real impact on the culture around him, riding a hybrid of emo and rap that brought raw teenage depression to life in sound. Raised in Long Island, he dropped out of high school, spending most of his teens in and out of.
  4. Use a paring knife to peel an apple, being careful not to remove too much of the flesh. Place the apple on a cutting board, stem side up, and slice vertically, as close to the core as possible, into 4 pieces. Discard the achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.coinfo chop apple, place each piece of apple, flat side down, on a cutting board, and cut into strips.
  5. DIRECTIONS. Cook peelings and cores in 6 cups water for minutes. Strain through prepared cheesecloth or jelly bag. Add water as needed, to strained juice, to obtain 7 cups liquid.
  6. Wipe jar rims and adjust lids and rings. Place a rack in the bottom of a large stockpot and fill halfway with water. Bring to a boil and lower jars 2 inches apart into the boiling water using a holder.
  7. If you end up with apple syrup because it’s a little too thin, embrace it. If you end up with apple gummies because it’s too thick, embrace it. With a little practice, you will find the gelling point more easily. 7) Ladle into hot jars, leaving a quarter inch head space. Wipe down jar rims, add lids, and screw on rings tightly.
  8. Oct 30,  · A hot topic of late {with being apple season} is what to do with the leftover apple peels and cores? {If you’ve already tried the Canned Apple Pie Filling recipe from my previous post or Homemade Applesauce, you might have found yourself already with a mound of scraps!} Sure, we can always compost them or offer them to the animals- but what other uses can we find for those precious .