dried blueberries-- can they be TOO dry???
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I found a large bag of dried blueberries in the pantry that expired almost 2 years ago (which expels the myth that you "start all over" when you move!). They are a little drier and chewier than those I bought recently, and I thought that I would use them in lemon biscotti. But should I plump them in hot water first, or since they're going into a "dry" cookie, would they be okay as is? Any thoughts?
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  Re: dried blueberries-- can they be TOO dry??? by foodfiend (I found a large bag ...)
they just might benefit from a short plumping up, Vicci.
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  Re: Re: dried blueberries-- can they be TOO dry??? by cjs (they just might bene...)
Thanks, Jean. I'm going to try the biscotti recipe today. Think I'll plump those blueberries in rum...
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  Re: Re: dried blueberries-- can they be TOO dry??? by foodfiend (Thanks, Jean. I'm g...)
How could that be wrong?
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  Re: Re: dried blueberries-- can they be TOO dry??? by foodfiend (Thanks, Jean. I'm g...)
Lucky blueberries!!

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