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Homemade Apple Cider | Gimme Some Oven
Homemade Apple Cider | Gimme Some Oven

Apples —

— are a strange phenomenon in international mission.

They seem to pop up — everywhere.

You could be in Asia, at a business meeting, and someone may offer you an apple.

You could be in Latin America — or even South Africa, and be offered an apple-flavored drink.

In Europe?  …in France, Germany and England alike — you

wouldn’t have to walk too far — to find an apple on a shelf.

So — how did this relation to the rose — (Yep — did you know that?)  Apples are actually the cultivated fruit from the rose family tree — come to stretch to all corners of the world?

The love of apples has stretched so far — that even in a far off village, someone can be found off the side of any major highway selling apples — in places where they can’t even be cultivated.

Part of the answer — is spiritual.  Apples are symbolic in many religions.  The spread of religion, and missionaries, brings the fruits that help them to explain their beliefs.

Homemade Apple Cider | Gimme Some Oven
Homemade Apple Cider | Gimme Some Oven

Part of the answer, is nutrition.  Apples offer great nutrition.  (That is a future post in it’s own right.)

Wherever you find yourself — an apple is usually not that far away.

For that reason, sometimes we cook with them. 

Apples are a good-feeling, peace-keeping opportunity.  Apple Pie, Apple Cider, Apple Sauce, Apple Cake, Apple Bread, Apple Cookies — are all wonderful ways to celebrate distribution networks that make something so simple as an apple — possible — in all corners of the world.

Common foods help different cultures to unite.  

Click here or on the pictures above for our favorite village Homemade Apple Cider Recipe:

Carving Apple Cider Cups | Recipe From Gimme Some Oven

Stay tuned for international apple recipes and projects to come, like this Apple Cider Cups Recipe that the children of the village enjoyed: 

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Author: Ada Nicole

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