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Apples are ready to be picked from this tree at Knight Orchards in Burnt Hills.
Apples are ready to be picked from this tree at Knight Orchards in Burnt Hills.
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Linda Quinn doesn’t make apple wine. But she can make a comparison between apples and elegant reds and whites that are poured into glasses. “We taste wines and we really taste the difference,” said Quinn, a Syracuse-based registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the New York Apple Association. “With apples, different varieties really do taste different and can be used for different dishes.” There are 40 red and yellow players on the association’s apple roster. The ...


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