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A question about a recipe: Wild Maine Blueberry Jam. Would you change the recipe if using frozen wild blueberries?

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I have a question about the recipe "Wild Maine Blueberry Jam" from merrill.
Often there are sales on frozen wild blueberries and when living in a big city frozen is more economical.

asked by DonnaMae over 2 years ago
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That's right, DonnaMae! You could use them in the recipe mostly defrosted, so they wouldn't give off too much liquid while boiling.

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Frozen fruit and veggies are absolutely a wonderful alternative to field-fresh. They are picked at the peak of ripeness/freshness and then flash frozen within hours. If you don't have access to fresh, or its off-season, frozen is the way to go. Just be sure to look at the ingredient list, and make sure only the fruit/veg is listed; no additives like sugars or salts.