The Wild Blueberry Book

Down East Books
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Commercially harvested only in Maine and parts of Canada, wild blueberries are prized for their intense flavor and color. The Wild Blueberry Book follows the story of these luscious berries as they make their way from the barrens to your table, with some stops along the way for pie-eating contests, baking competitions, and even an annual musical celebrating the culture that has grown up around Maine’s official berry.

You’ll meet growers, rakers, beekeepers, processors, winemakers, blueberry queens, and some of the food scientists who are unlocking the secrets behind blueberries’ amazing health benefi ts. Recipes, too!

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Publisher
Down East Books
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Published on
Jun 1, 2011
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Pages
80
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ISBN
9780892729470
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Fruit
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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