The apples came down after a light wind storm. We decided to salvage what we could, which meant washing, peeling, coring, storing and disposal of waste.
Do Not Eat the Slugs
I picked these apples from the grass under the tree. I carefully washed them, cut them in half. Removed bruises, bug holes, seeds, and cores. Then, I peeled the skin.
I sliced each peeled piece and made sure that the pieces only contained apple.
Cut Around Seeds and Discard
Place good apple pieces in a container to which lemon juice is added. The lemon juice keeps the oxidation to a minimum. The browning.
The rest gets accumulated and retired to the compost pile outside.