A quick guide to the many types of berries.

June 09, 2015
Enjoy raspberries plain, or use them in your baking and cooking.

Raspberries These berries are sweet enough to enjoy plain or to use in baking and cooking. Refrigerate right away. Avoid mushy raspberries by washing them just before using.

One pint of blueberries is about the equivalent of 2-1/2 cups.

Blueberries Select berries that are clean, plump, dry, and firm. Depending upon the variety, their color and brightness will vary from a deep purplish blue to a blue with hints of red blush.

Blackberries hold their shape, even after freezing.

Blackberries Cooking these berries will soften the seeds and deepen their flavor. Blackberries come in a several varieties such as loganberries, marionberries, and dewberries.

Strawberries can be eaten alone or added to your favorite sundaes.

Strawberries Select berries that have no soft spots and are free of mold. Stem caps should be bright green and in place. Do not remove the caps or slice the berries until you are ready to use them.


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