Grown all over the world, Jazz is a cross between a Braeburn and a Royal Gala. This aptly-named varietal will jazz up your cooking, whether you prefer sweet or savory recipes. Since they are loaded with fiber, they help you to process your food better. Fresh matters first. From Fuji apples to Jazz, golden delicious apples, red blush, Granny Smith, and red delicious, ... There’s another adage you know – ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away.’ First off, eating apples is helpful in maintaining a healthy digestive system. Firm-tart apples are apples like Granny Smith, Esopus Spitzenburg, Northern Spy, Ida Red, and Pink Pearl. 3. Firm-sweet apples are Ginger Gold, Golden Delicious, Jazz, Jonagold, and Pink Lady. Jazz. Organic apples or the conventional kind? 3 / 15. Snacking on fresh-cut slices, tasters thought the Jazz variety fused the sweetness of a Gala and the tartness and crunch of the Braeburn. Apples are an AMAZING healthy food to add to your weekly grocery cart, but what to choose? To find out, we tasted Jazz apples fresh and cooked in applesauce and apple crisp. First off, eating a FRESH apple (organic or not) is a fantabulous choice when your only other options are highly processed JUNK food. And does it really matter? Shutterstock / bjphotographs. Kanzi. The chef said a reliance on sugar was behind the growth in popularity of apples such as Gala, Jazz and Pink Lady, which many people choose over … Glitzy print ads, billboards, and Facebook and Twitter pages aside, does this latest variety really live up to the hype? Red Delicious: Another frequently mentioned ultra-healthy apple is arguably the most classic iteration of them all.Because no matter how you feel about its taste, when you think of an apple, you think Red Delicious. It has subtle pear undertones that work for lots of baked goods, as well as everything from roasted meat and vegetable dishes to burgers.