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    Default Apple Cores are a Myth

    http://www.theatlantic.com/health/ar...a-myth/281531/

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    I've eaten them this way too, it's quite good.

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    Interesting, I tend to eat until I see the seeds, it is sort of when the texture feels different from the other parts of the apple because I feel like I am kind of biting on empty space.

    I might try this sometime by cutting the thing in half and eating it all (except for the stem) and see how it goes.

    Right when I wanted to try this, I have no apples at home.

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    I did this! The core was actually fine. I wouldn't suggest eating the seeds, though. Apparently it contains something that breaks down to trace elements of cyanide. You're not really supposed to eat the seeds.
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