Bilberries and blueberries are actually two separate types of berries, but they are very similar in look, and somewhat similar in taste. When eaten raw, the bilberry is rather acidic - but once they are cooked with sugar they become a delicious, deep-flavoured fruit that makes a delicious jam, pie filling, or compote.

Produced in:Kent

Description

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Bilberries are usually found on the high ground and also in hard to reach places. It is, for this reason, you will rarely find bilberries in large quantities. The bilberry is slightly smaller than the blueberry, about 3-10mm in diameter. The skin col

Storage Information

Refrigerate and wash before use. Best used as quickly as possible, but should store for a couple of days.

Bilberries (Wild Blueberries)

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