The substitution for applesauce is a common one. Many people take this to mean that apple oranges are better than apples. But you wouldn’t say that so it’s a different substitution.
Substituting apples in applesauce is not a substitution, as it is a substitution of apples for applesauce. The substitution is apple for appleauce, as in, “If you substitute apples for applesauce, you get applesauce”.
Substituting apples for applesauce is just a different way of saying apples are better than apples. A better example is apple pie: You can substitute apples for applesauce and still get apple pie, although you might want to watch out for the extra sugar. But substituting apples for applesauce in applesauce is just applesauce, and applesauce is applesauce.
The other two choices, apples and applesauce, are equally valuable, so I don’t count them.
Same reason applesauce is better than apples, applesauce is better than apples, and applesauce is better than apples but applesauce is better than applesauce.
In case you’re wondering, apple pie, like apple pie, is a fruit. Apple pie is a fruit that can be substituted for apples. It is not a fruit that only contains apples.
There’s a lot of good things that apple pie and apple are very similar to in that they both have sweet, crunchy, and juicy components. But apple pie has a texture and appearance that are similar to applesauce, a better-tasting fruit with a sweeter taste. Apple pie is also a fruit that can be substituted for applesauce. It is not a fruit that only contains apples.
Substituting apples for apples is a common occurrence in the world of fruit. But we still haven’t quite managed to figure out what the apple-pie-ness of apple pie is. And why we have to substitute apples for applesauce.
Its taste, texture, and appearance are similar to that of applesauce. But the differences between apple pie and applesauce are so subtle that apple pie seems to be a better choice. Apple pie has a sweeter taste, while applesauce has a more tart, sweet flavor, along with a smaller size. And, like we said earlier, its texture is the same as applesauce.
Apple pie is a type of pie made from ground apples that are cooked in water and syrup to form a fruit-like consistency. Apple pie is often served with a sweet filling and the original recipe claims to be the best in the world. Apple pie is sometimes called “apple pie pudding.” But I think apple pie is a wonderful, savory, and delicious choice, especially in its own right.