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As far as Spock could tell, there was nothing strange about his Captain's seeming regard for apples. As far as sustenance went, Spock thought them to be among the more logical of choices. They have a sweet taste, keep relatively well, are a convenient shape, are aesthetically pleasing, and are a relatively healthy choice, he reasoned.

Despite all this, it still bothered him to see Kirk eating them on the bridge...