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Old 06-20-2015, 07:56 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Dr. Feelgood View Post
I don't blame you. Fruit pies made with fresh fruit or ( as Tad points out) dried fruit are not mushy. Fruit pies made with canned or frozen fruit usually are. Fresh fruit is more expensive, however, so commercially made pies are highly likely to contain mushy fruit (if you can find it amongst all the cornstarch)
This is why I never order pie when I'm out and make fruit crisp at home instead.
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