These dried apple slices can be enjoyed for weeks into the New Year.
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Long ago, people preserved their food without refrigerators. Here's a great way to use up any leftover Rosh Hashanah apples that didn't get eaten.
Ask an adult to help you peel, core, and slice the apples. Then loop pieces of string through the circular apple slices. Tape or tie the other ends of the string to a coat hanger and hang in a warm, dry place.
In two weeks, the apples will have dried out and will be a sweet and chewy treat.
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