I've just been cleaning out my fruit store and found a apple that's still good to eat on the 10th of June!
In fact it tastes amazing and has only been stored in a frost free shed with no real special care except plenty of air flow.
Scotch Bridget is a duel purpose apple and one I've planted everywhere I've lived, a great apple to have growing if you're aiming for self sufficiency or living a preparedness lifestyle or even just wanting to cut your food bill and know where your food is coming from.
The ability to store fruit like this would have been key to survival in the past and finding the right varieties combined with using storage methods of the past is an important skill to practice.
What's the longest you've kept apples for?