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How to Preserve Apples and Keep Them Fresh for Longer

If your apples have turned brown, it’s not a sign that they’re no longer delicious. It simply means that they’ve been around for a while and are starting to get tired. But don’t throw those apples away! There are several ways to preserve them so they stay good-looking and tasty forever:

Apples that turn brown are a great reminder that they’re not quite as good as they used to be.

The browning of an apple is a sign that it’s not quite as good as it used to be. It can indicate any number of things:

  • The apple isn’t ripe enough to ripen on its own, so you have to let it sit around for another day or two before using.
  • The apple has been stored too long, causing oxidative damage and turning the flesh dark brown instead of yellowish-green like fresh fruit should be.
  • A fungus has developed on your apple that causes discoloration (and bad breath).

But you don’t have to throw them away!

But you don’t have to throw them away! If you’re reading this article and your apples are turning brown, chances are that they’ve begun to go bad. This is a sign of decay and means the apple won’t be as good as it used to be—but don’t worry! You can still enjoy the taste of apples even if they aren’t perfect.

You can also make your own apple juice at home without any fancy equipment or ingredients (just fresh-pressed juice). Just follow these steps:

  • Core the apple by cutting down around its stem with a paring knife; remove all seeds and cores using another paring knife or vegetable peeler.* Peel off rind by pulling it off in one piece; discard rinds.* Cut into cubes or slices depending on how thickly sliced you want them cut into pieces.* Place cubes/slices into jar containing water/fruit juices already filtered through cheese cloth so there are no chunks remaining after filtering process ends up being complete enough not needing anymore filtering.”

Here’s how to get rid of browning and keep your apples tasty, too.

  • Keep apples out of direct sunlight.
  • Make homemade apple juice. The best way to keep your apples fresh is to make homemade apple juice, which will keep them tasty and free from browning. If you don’t have time or want to do the work yourself, there are plenty of places online where you can buy bottled organic apple juice (try []). You can also use canned fruit cocktail in place of fresh ones when making this recipe—just add a little water and sugar if needed!

Store your apples in a cool, dry place like a pantry or cellar.

To keep apples from turning brown, you should store them in a cool, dry place like a pantry or cellar. Don’t store them in the fridge because this will cause them to get soft and mushy and might even rot if left for too long. Do not store apples near any other fruits (like pears) or vegetables that might cause mold growth on your fruit. The same goes for storing apples in direct sunlight—they’ll turn brown quickly! If possible, try storing your apples on their own shelving units instead of sitting next to other foods at room temperature (which can lead to rotting).

If you want an easy way out of having all these options available but still want something really healthy looking then consider making some homemade apple juice instead!

You can make homemade apple juice right in the kitchen (or on the farm).

You can make apple juice in a juicer, blender, food processor or water bath.

  • Juicer: The easiest way to make homemade apple juice is with a juicer. There are many models available that will allow you to easily juice your apples and turn them into fresh-squeezed juice in no time at all! You’ll need a sharp knife for cutting up apples so that they don’t get bruised during the process—and maybe some ice if you’d like some cold refreshment while doing this! You might also want to consider investing in an extra set of blades (called “accessories”) if you’re planning on juicing often; they’re usually inexpensive enough that it won’t cost much more than buying something like bottled water anyway—plus they’re handy tools for any kitchen!

Taking proper care of your fruit will help it last longer.

  • Keep apples in a cool, dry place.
  • Store apples in a cool, dry place.
  • Make homemade apple juice from your fruit that has turned brown or has started to go bad and store it in the fridge until you use it (this will extend the life of your apples).

If you want to keep your apples fresh for longer, keep them juicy and delicious!

  • Keep the apples in the fridge.
  • Keep them in a cool, dry place.
  • Make sure they are not too ripe or too dry—it’s best if you can’t tell when your apples are ready for eating!
  • Make sure that your apple doesn’t get very wet when you’re transporting it from one place to another (e.g., from home to work).


We hope these tips have helped you to keep your apples fresh and delicious. If you follow them, you’ll be in the clear!