It’s mid-January and we are eating the last apples from the 2021 harvest. This is mainly a reminder for us so we’ll remember which ones were the best to store.
What worked really well was to individually wrap them in paper. This way when they did start to go bad they didn’t “infect” the others and were easier to dispose of.
The apple which is crossed out looked and felt ok, but when I cut it open there was nothing really edible left. It’s presumably a nashi pear and not even an apple.