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[nafex] Re: Apple Pie Apple Sauce

My vote is for Gravenstein. I've made pies with it myself and they 
have been very good, however, my personal taste is for a more intense 
flavor so I like to use a sour apple which requires sugar to balance 
it. I voted for Gravenstein because it seems more universally liked, 
each year there is a pie making contest here in eastern Wisconsin 
among the fancy restaurants and I am told by an orchardist that the 
Gravenstein always wins. 
I was wondering if anyone has tried a pie with Bramleys Seedling, it 
is apparently the most popular pie apple in the UK. 
I hear a lot of Wisconsin/MN people mention Wolf River also, I think 
its popular because the fruits are so large and easy to prepare.
Kevin B
zone 3 and 5

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