Blueberries

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Wild blueberries have several large, hard seeds, while cultivated blueberries have many small seeds. Both belong to the same family as cranberries. Blueberries are good for freezing and keep their shape in the oven. When blueberries are combined with basic ingredients such as baking powder, their pretty purple colour can transform into an odd shade of green.

Basic techniques: Marinating, puréeing, drying, confiting, preserving, ice cream.

Flavour combinations: Crème fraîche, lime, yoghurt, fresh cream cheese, mascarpone, peach, raspberries, blackberries, redcurrants, green herbs, citrus, chocolate, walnut, honey, bay leaf, liquorice, basil, cinnamon.

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Blueberry and orange compote

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Blueberry salt

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Carbonated blueberries

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Blueberry, bay leaf, and liquorice lace

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Fermented blueberry dressing

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Blueberry 'Haagse bluf'

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Hazelnuts with a blueberry coating

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Blueberry, basil, and cinnamon iced tea

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Crunchy blueberry foam

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Mini blueberry beignets

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Blueberry and mascarpone mousse

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Blueberry powder

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Blueberry tuile

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Swiss cream with blueberries