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Thunder Bay Ontario, ON
(Zone 3a)

August 13, 2012
5:48 AM

Post #9239731

Hi ...

The Blueberry season is in full swing here in Northern Ontario, and, the crop is good!!
I have a couple of gallons of blueberries to go through. I am going to make pies and then freeze them (uncooked).
My question is, once the pies are made and frozen what is the proper way to cook them?

With the apple pies I make and freeze .. an hour on 410F seems to be OK from frozen, but, that's apples, not blueberries.
I will google this, but if anyone has any first hand experience with this, I'd sure appreciate some hints as these blueberries are kind of expensive to ruin.

Thanks in advance


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