I just dried two large trays of wild blueberries (natural, unsweetened,just rinsed) and since they are not all the exact same size, some remained juicier than others. I let them cool and put them in a large plastic bag (for lack of a sturdy container at the moment) to equalize the moisture content between them but I am wondeing if I need to put the bag in the fridge while this is happening? The kitchen is somewhat hotter than regular room temperature these days and I worry that the moister ones might initiate spoilage before they give off their water since they aren't breathing in the closed environment. Would the fridge temperature have any negative effect on the process in terms of condensation? Thank you
You usually measure it in shots, not teaspoons.
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