With blueberries in full abundance for only a short time, gathering as many as possible and preserving blueberries for the winter is a must in our family. We use them in smoothies, oatmeal, granola, in pies, or on top of ice cream as well as flavoring kefir and kombucha all winter long. If you are what you eat, then we have 5 blueberries in this family. However, freezer space is very limited as we lost a large deep freezer and haven’t had the money to replace it. So, since I got 50 lbs. of blueberries that I needed to store, canning blueberries and other items is an option I turn to more and more lately. They can store for up to a year without losing taste and quality, and I don’t have to worry about a power outage and losing them.
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