Very Blueberry (Paperback) by Thompson, Jennifer Trainer
Paperback; Published 4/25/2005; 96 Pages; ISBN 9781587611933
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Groundbreaking studies show that blueberries contain disease-fighting compunds not found in any other food. The high amounts of antioxidants found in them are believed to have powerful anit-memory-loss and cancer-preventing properties. And, despite their natural sweetness, blueberries are remarkably low in the carbohydrates and sugar calories overabundant in other fruit.
Very Blueberry goes beyond the blueberry muffin (though it does include a sublime recipe for it!) and features this essential fruit in innovative new recipes like Goat Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions and Blueberries; Arugual, Prosciuttom and Blueberry Salad with Honey-Citrus Vinaigrette; Pork Tenderloin with Peach-Blueberry Chutney; and Blueberry Salsa. With this charming, little cookbook, incorporating the recommended half a cup of blueberries into your daily diet will always be a sweet delight.
Great little book for it's price and it's blueberry recipes
It's a good little book with some interesting recipes I wouldn't have thought of on my own. It's a good gift for a fruit lover. I made a salad with blueberry dressing from this book and my friends were very surprised by it and loved it.
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When freezing summer berries, spread them out in a single layer on baking sheets and freeze overnight. Then, transfer to freezer bags for storage. Freezing them individually before bagging them prevents the berries from freezing together, which means they'll be recipe-ready whenever you are.