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    Dried blueberries are a tasty complement for many dishes, including such breakfast staples as oatmeal and pancakes. Once dried, you can keep blueberries all year round without the risk of spoilage or freezer burn. Since most homeowners do not own a food dehydrator, drying blueberries in the oven is ...

    How to Dry Blueberries in the Oven

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    • Barbara Wing

      How to Dry Blueberries in the Oven (eHow) Boil/ice blueberries, oven at 145. Can take 4-12 hours, depending on blueberry size

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      How to oven dry blueberries

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