Real! Pre-1900 Shelf Stable Apple Butter, A Lost Art

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  1. elkhound

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    skillcult does some pretty advanced homesteading/living skills.he is/was a pretty well known primitive skills teacher back in the day when younger.

     
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    2 years taste test and condition of product...


     
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    that's awesome we have some real apple butter in the cupboard.

    there is a old saying used in arguments it went like" you don't know shit from apple butter"
     
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    I love apple butter. I haven't found any good stuff in over 30 years. My grandmother used to make it up until she passed in the early 80s.
     
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