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Old 11-06-2006, 11:10 PM   #11
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Hi,
I always put the frozen blueberries in straight from the freezer, otherwise if they are defrosted the mixture turns very very blue and the blueberries are too mushy...I hope this helps...garnetnfl
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Old 01-01-2007, 11:45 AM   #12
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about the butter:
- sticks are usually marked in tablespoons, so 4 T = 1/4 cup.
- use butter or oil. oil is easier to use, but won't taste as good. butter tastes great, but you'll have to either melt it or cream it with the sugar, a little bit more of a hassle. an extra bowl or cup to wash if you nuke it.

about the berries:
- if you use canned or frozen and you want the muffins to look nice, rinse them first. using them as-is can make the muffin batter purplish-grey
- you can use frozen berries as they are, but if there's a lot of frost & ice, run them under some water and drain well first.

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