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Chief Longwind Of The North

Aug 26, 2004
I purchased dried wild blueberries for a recipe of stuffed pork chops. I tasted a couple of the unsweetened berries. They were really good. The flavor wasn't diluted like the often over watered blueberries from the grocers. It was more concentrated.

Today, I added a couple tbs. of dried blueberries, and small dice dried apple to my oatmeal, as it was cooking, with a touch of brown sugar, and cinnamon. My hot cereal was truly elevated.

I have also had dried mango, peaches, cherries, even rhubarb. They are great for snacking on, or as additions to homemade protein, or snack bars, cookies, adding to cakes, pancakes, waffles, muffins, etc.. Dried fruits are great, and very versatile.

Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North


Master Chef
Mar 25, 2008
I buy the dried wild blueberries too.
You can get wild or cultivated, organic or not, and sweetened w/apple juice or not. (edited to add: with or without oil coating them)
I use them in pancakes, less messy like @Cooking Goddess says. They are very rich in flavor.
I add them to some of my christmas fruitcakes soaking briefly in whiskey or bourbon.
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