Here are our answers to a few random FAQ’s:
Q: What sorts of things go well with wild blueberries?
A: Our wild blueberries are best paired with one or more of the following:
+lemon, cinnamon, and nutmeg
+lime and basil, or lime and mint
+home-made yogurt and home-made granola
+a stick of butter and a half cup of real maple syrup, on pancakes
+bacon, thick-sliced raisin-bread french toast, strong coffee, and more bacon
+a spot on the couch with a good book
+a deep-belly laugh, or occasionally a good tear-laden cry
+a sincere sense of gratitude, attention, and curiosity toward all things
Q: How many berries are there in a quart?
A: There are approximately at least 562 wild blueberries in a quart, probably, I’d guess. I've actually never counted. There’s lots of them, and they’re small.
Q: Is it true that smoothies made with cultivated (high-bush) blueberries can turn an unappealing shade of grey, while smoothies made with wild (low-bush) blueberries are a bright, delicious purple color?
A: That’s what we’ve heard, though we wouldn’t know, ‘cause we make ours with wild blueberries only.
Q: Have they built a monument in Washington, D.C., in honor of the wild blueberry?
A: Not yet.
Nicolas Lindholm, farmer