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Blue magic

It’s the height of the berry season, making it the perfect time to prepare dishes packed with juicy flavour. My favourite is the blueberry. The firm-skinned, dark-blue fruit packs a real punch of sweetness and flavour when picked ripe.

Blueberries have been grown as a commercial crop in New Zealand since the 1970s, but have exploded in popularity in recent years as a hero ingredient in breakfast smoothies and

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