Been going berry free since the recall apart from fresh strawberries.
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19-05-2015 15:01 #11
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19-05-2015 15:09 #12
Unfortunately our Australian berry farmers can't compete with the prices of Chinese or Chilean berries which is why it's hard to source frozen raspberries here, Elgin organics has Australian frozen blueberries, strawberries and boysenberries from NZ but rarely have raspberries any more as they are hard to find locally
19-05-2015 15:14 #13
Coles brand Australian blueberries from frozen section only ones I buy. Wish we could afford fresh $$ !
19-05-2015 15:20 #14
I too only buy fresh when we can afford it since that hepA scare. We really don't eat them that often to worry about cost
19-05-2015 15:43 #15Member
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I just rinse them well about four or five times now, until the water runs very clear, and hope any contamination is washed off. There doesn't seem to be a viable alternative.
19-05-2015 15:47 #16
yeah havent bought frozen berries since the scare.
shame - I miss my rasberries in smoothies
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19-05-2015 16:32 #17
Can't win! I don't normally buy frozen either- I was given a new baking recipe book for Mothers Day and my boys chose berry muffins as the first recipe to make and it called for frozen mixed berries... I could have bought fresh, except it would have cost about $20 for the berries alone.
Back to not buying any, I think...
19-05-2015 16:39 #18
19-05-2015 16:41 #19
This said if you cook above 85 degrees it kills hep a so cooking the berries in muffins should be ok
ETA sorry just read you've already eaten them haha
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