How do you spice up berries?

Add a little sugar and salt! Wash your strawberries, cut them, and hit them with a pinch of salt and a couple good three-finger pinches of granulated sugar, give them a little tossy-toss, and watch them magically start to darken and get extra juicy.

What mixed berries?

Wyman’s Mixed Berries are a blend of four delicious and healthy fruits: Wild Blueberries, strawberries, red raspberries and blackberries.

Can you eat raw blueberries?

Blueberries are one of the fruits with the highest levels of antioxidants, and you can eat them raw or cooked to get the most antioxidants. One study found that some type of antioxidants levels went up with cooking blueberries, while others went down.

What do blueberries taste good with?

Flavor Pairings
  • Blueberries are a versatile ingredient that pair well with a variety of flavors, cuisines and meals.
  • Lemon and mint are common flavor pairings for blueberries, but there are plenty of others that often go overlooked.
  • Cheese is another great pairing with blueberries.

How can I make my blueberry taste better?

Just a tiny amount—a squeeze of lemon or a pinch of cinnamon—enhances the berries’ own fruity flavor, much the same way vanilla extract complements chocolate. Such a small amount of cinnamon or lemon won’t be detectable in the finished dessert, but it will add perceptible depth and complexity.

What cheese do blueberries pair with?

Blueberries and Cheese.

The savory notes of just about any cheese—though mild curd cheeses like mozzarella and feta are best—pair well with the sweet and tangy notes of blueberries.

What herb goes well with blueberries?

Blueberries + Herbs

Blueberry and basil are beautiful together. Other herbs that work well include lavender, mint and rosemary, kicking up the flavor of blueberries while adding a lengthening complexity.

What can you not plant near blueberries?

Companion plants help blueberry grow and if you want to make things really easy for this fruit, here are plants to avoid planting near them.
  • Any type of berry bush or bramble.
  • Tomatoes.
  • Potatoes.
  • Peppers.
  • Eggplants.