Eat the Whole Apple

Word of the apple core myth is spreading far.
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Why do people discard apple cores? Do apple cores exist outside of the human mind? Atlantic senior editor James Hamblin appeared on CBC Radio's Q with Jian Ghomeshi this morning for a debate on the merits of whole-apple eating, and how to best go about it.

The following discussion is in response Hamblin's strongly-worded "Apple Cores Are a Myth," the accompanying video, and the ongoing cultural shift.

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