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aking apple butter
is a hallmark of
Appalachian cooking.
With so many varieties
of apples available in
the mountainous region during the
fall, farmers and other locals always
looked for different ways to preserve
the abundance nature provided. Aside
from eating them fresh picked, home
cooks dried and fried them, pressed
them into cider, and stored them in
cellars. For a real treat, they canned
jars of apple butter, a sweet, smooth
spread that’s similar to applesauce
but cooked much longer for a thick,
jamlike consistency.

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