How To Make Spiced Apples

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Step 1
Set a colander over a large bowl. Line the colander with 3 sheets of cheesecloth. Grate apples into the colander using the large holes of a box grater. (The apple juice should drip through the cheesecloth into the bowl.) André Baranowski
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Step 2
In a small bowl, combine sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, citric acid, and cloves. Add the sugar mixture to the apples and gently toss to combine. André Baranowski
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Step 3
Gather together the ends of the cheesecloth and wring out the grated apples, draining excess juice into the bowl. André Baranowski
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Step 4
Divide the apples into 1-2-cup portions and transfer to freezer bags. André Baranowski
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Step 5
Press the air out of the bags, seal, and freeze. Use within 6 months. André Baranowski