Les­son: Galettes

In­tro­duce your kids to the art of tart-mak­ing by bak­ing a batch of sa­vory au­tumn pas­tries

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SHARE SOME HIS­TORY The leg­end of Johnny Ap­ple­seed is based on a man named John Chap­man who trav­eled around the Mid­west in the early 19th cen­tury, plant­ing ap­ple or­chards as he went. WHY DO AP­PLES DISCOLOR? A cut ap­ple can turn brown fast but it’s still safe to eat. The color change is due to a chem­i­cal re­ac­tion called en­zy­matic brown­ing, trig­gered when the fruit’s flesh is ex­posed to oxy­gen.

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