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    Freezing Blueberries and Other Berries

    Blueberries Frozen

    Freeze just harvested blueberries and also raspberries, elderberries, currants, huckleberries, blackberries, boysenberries, loganberries, mulberries, and strawberries for thawing and using just as fresh next winter. Freeze blueberries and other berries individually—called dry pack—or in sugar and syrup or unsweetened. Use thawed berries in desserts, in pies and other desserts and in smoothies. You will need […] More

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    Blueberries: Kitchen Basics

    Blueberry muffin

    When it comes to fresh picking and eating, there are about 30 varieties of blueberry worthy of your attention. These can be divided into three categories: the highbush, the lowbush, and the rabbiteye. Highbush blueberries are the most common blueberries. These are the large, plump and sweet berries with which you are most familiar. Highbush […] More

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    Blueberry: Types and Varieties

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    Blueberries on cereal. Blueberries with cream and sugar. Blueberries on vanilla ice cream. A handful of blueberries. Try this: Place fresh, chilled blueberries in a meringue shell and top with whipped cream. Blueberry season in the north stretches from early summer through late summer. (The season in the south is much shorter—late spring through early […] More