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The farmer's market had a great deal on blueberries recently, so we bought a flat of them. There were too many to use right away so I decided to freeze some for later.
NOTE: It is recommended that you do not rinse the blueberries prior to freezing. Instead rinse them prior to use.
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How do you freeze fresh blueberries and for how long will they keep?
By Fred from N. Ft.Myers, FL
Wash them gently and put onto paper toweling to blot some of the water and then spread on a cookie sheet in a single layer and freeze then put into freezer containers or plastic bags. I usually are good until the next year (if they last that long).