My favorite food is something that you can get in any supermarket. It comes in all sorts of colors and sizes. Some are red, some are yellow, some are green, and some are a combination of all of the colors. They can come to be as large as two fists or smaller than single fist. They can be used for baking, decorating, or just eating. They have many different names. Some of which are called Granny Smiths, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Fuji’s, and the Ralls Ganet. Granny Smith’s originate in Australia. They are green, crisp and tart. They are good for baking pies with. Red Delicious have a deep Red skin and are sweeter than most. They originate in Iowa. Golden Delicious is large conic shaped. They are firm, crisp, juicy, and yellow colored. They have a distinctive mild sweet flavor. They shrivel in storage and they require gentle picking as they bruise easily. They originate in West Virginia. Fuji’s are tall, rectangular, and medium sized. They have a yellowish green skin with an orangish red flush and darker stripes. There is a darker blush on the sun side. They are crisp, juicy, with a slightly sub-acid white flesh with an outstanding texture. They keep really good and originate from Japan. The Ralls Ganet also known as the Ganet or the Geneton has a pleasant flavor. It is juicy and originates from Virginia. My favorite out of all of them would be the Fuji. The Japanese Fuji took the United States by storm in the 1980s. The combination is a clear winner: The color, juice and firmness of a Red Delicious and the heirloom flavor of a Ralls Janet.
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