This blue color was purely unintentional as scientists wanted to figure out a way to protect strawberries from frost and found that a gene in “Artic Flounder Fish” produced antifreeze properties to protect itself from freezing waters. The result of genetically modifying this gene created a shockingly blue fruit that can withstand very cold temperatures and won’t turn into mush in your freezers.
Strawberry Cheesecake Bites - MUST MAKE THIS! [Filling: Beat one 8 oz (250 g) package or tub of cream cheese (at room temperature, if possible – it beats more easily) with 2-3 Tbsp. of sugar and 1 Tbsp. cream or milk, until smooth. If you like, add a drop of vanilla, or more sugar to taste. These can be as sweet – or not – as you like. Use honey instead, if you prefer.]