The apple harvest


I got some apples from my friend. They were from her parents' garden.

I was very happy to get them. Because I have little opportunity to eat apples grown by an amateur. Apple trees usually grow in the lateral direction, so you need to have a big garden for that. My friend's parents have two apple trees in their garden.

I've heard that apples on the market have a lot of agricultural chemicals, so I usually pare them. Although I never asked her about the agricultural chemicals, I ate them with skin. I hope they have little agricultural chemicals.

They were sweet, crispy and juicy. How delicious!

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Hi Sakae

The apples look very delicious.

When I was a child, I saw people ate apples with skin on TV.
I longed to eat apples like that, but I seldom do so.
It is very dangerous.
But probably the apples you ate had no agricultural
chemicals, I think.
西郷の局 has grown a lemon tree in her garden and your
friend's parents have grown apple trees.
That sounds so nice. I envy them.

Please enjoy nice, juicy apples with your son.

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I hope they don't have pesticides either. My friend's family grew rice in Akita with no pesticides. I always looked forward to it!

I would like to make some apple sauce from those apples.

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Hi, ダイエット妄想ママ.

Thank you for your comment.
Me, too. I envy them who have a big garden and grow fruits and so on.
Oh, a lemon tree! I really want it, too. If I had a lemon tree, I could have eaten even its skin, too.

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Hi, Always visiting.

Wow! Apple sauce sounds good, too.
The rice made from Akita is delicious and expensive. You're lucky, aren't you?


Welcome to my blog.
I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
I hope that you enjoy my articles and photos.

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