Head over to Tammy's Recipes for more tips and yummy recipes. Later this morning I'm going to be freezing blueberries. And it'll probably only take us a mere 1/2 hour. My family loves blueberries, and so every year I'd buy flats of berries, wash them, remove the stems, pre-freeze them before bagging and freezing them for good. It took awhile. Then last year I discovered a secret. Our local berry grower who also freezes and ships their berries to other locations said I could just buy them already frozen in a 30# box. For the same price as buying them fresh. All I do is freeze them anyways, so this saved a ton of time. We simply brought the boxes home and began scooping out berries into quart size bags to be put in the freezer. Oh, I love this idea. When I bought my strawberries a few years back, they even stemmed them for me since I was going to be making jam with all of it. So don't be afraid to ask growers if they offer either of these services. I know some of you love the whole process of washing berries, etc...I would too, but if I can save time, I will.