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NORFOLK BEEFING

Norfolk Beefing is an English species of apple. It was raised in Norfolk and first known under its present name in 1807. The fruit is round and red and good for cooking when first picked, the flesh tastes almost of raisins and cinnamon, but sweet enough to eat uncooked by spring. Once used for drying, the flesh is very firm and the apples store well.
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