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Freeze Blueberries

Blueberries

1. Sort and rinse the berries.

2. Allow to air dry or pat gently with paper towels to remove surface moisture.

3. Spread in a single layer on flat pans or baking sheets. Freeze until firm.

Types of Cranberries

Cranberries

Fresh cranberries are bland but tart. They are generally added to recipes, not eaten alone. They are also available as frozen berries.

Red cranberries – deep red color is desirable; tartness develops as the color deepens.

Kale - Shop and Save

Kale Food Hero Monthly

❁ Look for fresh kale with dark green, small to medium leaves.

❁ Avoid wilted or discolored brown or yellow leaves.

❁ Kale is available all year. Because it grows well in cooler months it is often available fresh when other produce is not.

Peaches - Kids Can!

Peaches Food Hero Monthly

✿ Peaches are a tasty snack eaten whole, chopped, or sliced.

✿ Add cut peaches to yogurt, cold cereal, or oatmeal to add sweetness and flavor.

✿ Peaches can be mixed into the batter of pancakes, waffles, muffins, or bread.

✿ Grill fresh peach halves for a simple dessert.