Why do green apples smell so good?
Posted November 05, 2019 14:06:24I had an apple at an apple store last week, and I was blown away by the smell.
I have an apple allergy.
I’m allergic to the bitter sap of the orange tree, which gives the apples their distinctive green color.
But I’ve never had any reaction to an apple raw, so I didn’t really know what to expect.
But when I first tasted the green apple, I was astounded.
It smelled delicious, and my nose was begging for more.
I was sold.
I ordered a fresh apple at my local supermarket, and the apple was fresh and green.
It was so fresh, it was almost like eating it at home.
It tasted fresh, like fresh fruit.
It also had a little bit of the bitter flavor of the tree in it.
I didn-t know what it was, but I knew it was an apple that would have a good, strong taste and aroma.
It took a while for me to get used to the smell of an apple, but now I love the taste of it.
As a food allergy sufferer, I’m still finding it hard to eat apples.
I find it hard, as I can’t taste them, or even smell them, so it makes me feel like a fraud.
But this apple tastes amazing, and it was a good choice for a healthy meal for the next couple of weeks.