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'''Applesauce'''is made by taking the [[fruit]] of the [[apple]], mashing it (or them) up, and cooking, until it is made runnyish, thus being able to tip over [[cook|cooked]] food - like [[pork]]. If your [[apple]]s are a little tart, your sauce may want some [[sugar]], [[honey]] or other sweetening. Taste test before serving.<br>
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'''Applesauce''' is made by taking the [[fruit]] of the [[apple]], mashing it (or them) up, and cooking, until it is made runnyish, thus being able to tip over [[cook|cooked]] [[food]] - like [[pork]]. If your apples are a little tart, your sauce may want some [[sugar]], [[honey]] or other [[sweetening]]. Taste test before serving.
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Applesauce wants to have some body, however: made *too* runny it becomes Stewed Apple, which is more of a dessert, and usually has more sugar in it.
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Applesauce wants to have some body however. If made *too* runny, it becomes Stewed Apple, which is more of a [[dessert]], and usually has more sugar in it.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 00:51, 28 May 2006

Applesauce is made by taking the fruit of the apple, mashing it (or them) up, and cooking, until it is made runnyish, thus being able to tip over cooked food - like pork. If your apples are a little tart, your sauce may want some sugar, honey or other sweetening. Taste test before serving.

Applesauce wants to have some body however. If made *too* runny, it becomes Stewed Apple, which is more of a dessert, and usually has more sugar in it.