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The blueberry is a home-grown superfood

  1. The blueberry is often confused with the blueberry, but they are two completely different types of berries. Both are berries and both provide a lot of vitamins and antioxidants, but the blueberry also provides very distinct and good nutrients and it is therefore wise to know the difference between the two types, especially if you want to take advantage of it. The blueberry contains nutrients that help boost the body's healing ability. Incidentally, the blueberry that you get fresh from the shrub from your garden in the summer has a much better taste (and fresher) than the cultivated version that is in the shops. In addition, the blueberry in the store is very expensive. Mostly more expensive than the currants, white currants and gooseberries.

Freezing your own blueberries

  1. Blueberries can be frozen well. After picking, wash the berries carefully, spread them out on a plate (baking tray or tray) on a piece of baking paper and put them in the freezer. When they are frozen you can put them in a container. They are then no longer as vulnerable. That way you can also eat blueberries in winter.

  2. Blueberries can be well frozen. After picking, wash the berries carefully, spread them out on a plate (baking tray or tray) on a piece of baking paper and put them in the freezer. If they are frozen you can put them in a container. They are then no longer as vulnerable. That way you can also eat blueberries in winter.



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