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Available in the farm market and for pick your own


You can wash your berries first, but make sure they're 100% dry before starting the freezing process. If they're wet, the water on the outside will form ice and freeze the berries together, waterloging your berries. 

Spread dry blueberries in a single layer on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper, and put the whole sheet tray in the freezer. Once the blueberries are completely frozen (overnight is best) package into freezer-friendly containers or zip-top bags.

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