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■ Probably needs no introduction, as the most famous and widely grown of all culinary varieties. Raised in Southwell, Nottingham, in the early 1800s from a pip, this variety has become the standard-bearer by which all other cooking apples are judged. It stores extremely well, and keeps its acidity

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