Blueberries are delicious, super berries that grow wild in most parts of Europe and in Asia.
North and south America have large farms where they cultivate blueberries. You can also find blueberry farms in Europe.
We write about the European and the American blueberries.
What Do You Use Blueberries For?
Blueberries are delicious as is. Fresh or raw, uncooked blueberries, are absolutely delicious.
There's a unique "blueberry-flavor" that you'll instantly recognize when you eat the real deal. This is especially true when you get to try the European variety. The taste of the American blueberry pales in comparison.
We recommend making jam or juice from blueberries, or having them in pastries.
You can also dry the berries. We recommend dried berries as a healthy and delicious snack.
You could also spice up a salad or sprinkle blueberries over your breakfast or over some dessert for some amazing flavors.
How Do Blueberries Differ From Other Berries?
The blueberry has a positive ability you rarely find in other berries.
It has an antioxidant that is heat resistant.
Most nutrients in berries are affected, or even destroyed, when heated, so eating them fresh is recommended.
But with blueberries it's a whole different story. The most beneficial nutrient in these super berries survives cooking and baking without loosing any of its health benefits!
Read All Our Articles About Blueberries
Below you'll find all our articles about blueberries.
Pick one and learn something new!