How to Clean Blackberries

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You always want to make sure you clean blackberries before you eat them or cook with them to avoid illness later on. Clean blackberries with help from the founder and president of Grow Green Industries, Inc in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Clean Eating
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Video Transcript

Hey everybody. I'm Chef Mareya the Fit Foodie, and you're watching the video series on how to eat cleaner. Today, I'm going to show you how easy it is to clean blackberries. Now berries in general tend to be pretty delicate. So you want to be careful that you don't water log these. That's what's going to make them mushy and mold. And mushy, moldy berries are no bueno. So all you do is I like to do this. I like to take my strainer and put the berries in there. Just make a little kind of spread them out so it's all even, one level there, and then I'm going to spray them with my eat cleaner fruit and vegetable wash. Move them around so that they're nicely coated, and what's nice about it is it's specifically formulated to clean wax, any residue and dirt from your berries but without waterlogging them. You just give them a quick spray, let this sit for a couple of minutes, and then rinse with clean water. And by doing that, you're going to get them nice and clean but without making them soggy. Just shake off the extra water, then you can blot your blackberries with a paper towel, get all the moisture off. You can see all the seeds and all the gunk that got into my bowl here. And that's it, that's how easy it is to enjoy cleaner, safer, longer lasting blackberries. I get like a week and a half out of my blackberries. Pat them dry, put them in reusable storage containers and they're ready to eat when you are. It's a perfect snacking food. So I hope you enjoy eating cleaner every day, I'm the Fit Foodie, and here's to your health.


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