Podcasts

Below you will find links to Podcasts related to the Wild Blueberry Industry:

The Wild View on Blueberries – https://anchor.fm/wild-view-on-blueberries/episodes/Introducing-The-Wild-View-on-Blueberries-epgjms/

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Canadian Wild Blueberries
You love wild blueberries! 💜I love wild blueberries! 💚We ALL love wild blueberries! 💙We're not the only ones on planet earth to enjoy nature's superfruit! Grouse, turkey, mourning doves, bluebirds, bears, deer, foxes, rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks and more all enjoy this sweet treat! Have you seen anything nibbling on wild blueberries in your travels? Share your story in the comments! 🐻 🐿 ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that the wild blueberry industry started growing in Quebec since the 1930s? It really became a significant export in the 1980s, with over 28,000 hectares of wild blueberry fields! ... See MoreSee Less
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With students returning to schools across the country, so begins another school year of preparing healthy, nutritious, and delicious lunches! How can you use frozen Canadian wild blueberries in your student's lunch this week? Here's a handful of suggestions to get you started: Wild blueberry muffinsWild blueberries with vanilla yogurt and granolaMake-Ahead Wild blueberry pancakes (these can easily be reheated in a microwave!)Chicken drumsticks with wild blueberry bbq sauceBacon, lettuce, wild blueberry, raspberry vinaigrette saladWhat are your suggestions? Do you have any tried and true school lunch ideas/hacks? ... See MoreSee Less
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Where do you stand on chia seeds? How about this refreshing wild blueberry beverage for your weekend treat? Thanks to www.wildblueberries.com for another fantastic recipe! Want to see more? Be sure to check out their website for lots of recipes! Wild Blueberry Chia Frescaby Danielle Omar Nutrition ¼ cup frozen Wild Blueberries12 oz. fresh cold filtered water1 Tbsp. chia seeds½ lime, juiced1 tsp. honey or few drops liquid steviaStir chia into water and let sit for 10-20 minutes.Add lime juice and Wild Blueberries. Sweeten to taste, stir and serve over ice, if desired. ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that in an average acre of wild blueberry "fields", over 3000 pounds can be harvested? Not only that, depending on the year, weather and the harvest, some producers actually are able to harvest up to 10,000 pounds per acre! That's a LOT of wild blueberries! ... See MoreSee Less
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