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Easiest Apple Sauce Ever
Gina Larsen was Cafeteria Manager of the famed Helix High School (CA) nutritional lunch program.
Her apple sauce was very simple:
Put ¼ to ½ cup of pineapple juice (to prevent browning of fruit) in your blender, being sure to cover the blades (you could also add ¼ teaspoon of ascorbic acid crystals for the same purpose). With the motor running slowly, add (with the insert in the lid removed) washed, cored, quartered, organic apples until you have the consistency of apple sauce you like.
Flavorings or other spices may be added.
A variation of this is pear sauce, which is delightful with a small bit of ginger root blended into the juice before adding the pear quarters.
Both of these sauces can also be frozen in the individual 4-ounce canning jars, ready for an instant
dessert after thawing.
Whipped coconut cream or raw dairy cream add the special touch and flavor at serving time.
Frozen wild organic blueberries and cream make an instant ice cream substitute, as does any frozen fruit and raw cream combination.
Published in Health & Healing Wisdom
Summer 2003 | Volume 27, Number 2
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