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Georgann Dolfay

It’s blueberry period.

While a pint comes with a bit of sticker shock in January, in July, these berries are bountiful and affordable.

Blueberries are high in vitamin K, higher in manganese, a good source of fiber, a superior source of vitamin C and a good source of copper, in accordance to the U.S. Division of Agriculture. They pair effectively with other berries and even other fruit.

Some people today even get in touch with blueberries a superfood.

I adore those small pops of sweet with the one of a kind coloration, just not on their personal.

A fantastic blueberry muffin is remarkable in the morning, but I can only try to eat so quite a few blueberry muffins ahead of they shed some of their allure.

When still a further pint discovered its way into my grocery cart, I needed to uncover a new way to take in the berries.

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