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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A blueberry is a variety of fruit native to planet Earth. Blueberries were also grown in the equatorial region of one of the moons of planet Shiralea. (SCE eBook: Fables of the Prime Directive)

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Blueberry, Red County
The FleischBerg brewing company

Blueberry is a small town located in the northwestern portion of Red County, San Andreas, with an estimated population of 1,309. Blueberry sits near Fern Ridge and The Panopticon. On the outskirts of town there is a large farm known as Blueberry Acres. To the immediate south of this is the FleischBerg brewery, whose motto, "Making Life Mean Something Since 1869", stands out prominently underneath its logo. Towards the center of the town, there is a safehouse which costs $10,000. All cars stolen in Blueberry will have their radio tuned in to K-Rose, San Andreas' country music station.






  • TEC 9 in northern Final Build site (opposite to SPANDEX loading bays)
  • Pool Cue in front of small restaurant (to north from Avery Construction)



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Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Blueberries are flowering plants in the genus Vaccinium, sect. Cyanococcus. The species are native only to North America. They are shrubs varying in size from 10 cm tall to 4 m tall; the smaller species are known as "lowbush blueberries", and the larger species as "highbush blueberries". The leaves can be either deciduous or evergreen, ovate to lanceolate, and from 1-8 cm long and 0.5-3.5 cm broad. The flowers are bell-shaped, white, pale pink or red, sometimes tinged greenish.

The fruit is a false berry 5-16 mm diameter with a flared "crown" at the end; they are pale greenish at first, then reddish-purple, and finally indigo on ripening. They have a sweet taste when mature, with variable acidity. Blueberry bushes typically bear fruit from May through October in the Northern Hemisphere; "blueberry season" peaks in July, which is National Blueberry Month in the United States and Canada.

All species whose English common names include "blueberry" are currently classified in section Cyanococcus of the genus Vaccinium. Several other plants of the genus Vaccinium also produce blue berries which are sometimes confused with blueberries, mainly the predominantly European bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus), which in many languages has a name that means "blueberry" in English. See the Identification section for more information.

Although blueberries are native to North America, they are now grown also in the Southern Hemisphere in Australia, New Zealand and South American countries, and are air-shipped as fresh produce to markets around the world. By 2552, Blueberries grow wild on at least one UNSC colony world, Reach. Blueberry bushes dotted the Reach Military Wilderness Training Preserve, where they were eaten by the young Spartan-IIs during training.[1] For example, young John-117 in the early training section (before the augmentation) stripped some off the branches when he was dropped off the airplane on the snowy day.

Due to similarities in size and color, Plasma Grenades are nicknamed blueberries.


  1. Halo: The Fall of Reach pg. 47

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Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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Wild blueberries are smaller in size compared to their cultivated cousins. Blueberries have a protective light powdery coating on the skins and tend to last longer than other berry varieties. Nearly half of the cultivated blueberries grown are sold as fresh blueberries. Fresh blueberries are available for nearly eight months of the year from producers across the United States and Canada. North America is the world's leading blueberry producer, accounting for nearly 90% of world production at the present time. The North American harvest runs from mid-April through early October, with peak harvest in mid-May—August.

The blueberry is a plant which produces edible fruits which belongs to the Vaccinium genus and it is a part of cyanococcus family. There are numerous species of blueberries but the most common are the wild blueberries which have a high content of antioxidants which are known to reduce the risk of cancer illnesses. The studies on blueberries have also revealed that they have some components which prevent brain degradation like in Alzheimer disease and they also prevent urinary tract infections. Beside their numerous medicinal benefits, blueberries are very taste and they are used in preparing jellies, jams, pies and other sweets and delicacies, but they can also be eaten raw.



In general, berries should be dry, firm, well shaped, and eaten within a week after purchase. If you can’t eat them that soon, remember that berries freeze well! It’s best to buy berries that are ‘in-season’ as they’ll cost less and are more ripe and flavorful than ‘out-of-season’ berries.

Select blueberries that are firm, dry, plump, and smooth-skinned. Berries should be deep-purple blue to blue-black; reddish berries aren't ripe but can be used in cooking.


After purchasing berries, check the fruit and toss out any moldy or deformed berries. Immediately eat the overripe berries within 24 hours. Return the other berries back to the original container or they should be arranged unwashed in a shallow pan lined with paper towels, and washed just prior to use. The berries may be topped with a paper towel to absorb any additional moisture. Plastic wrap the entire container. This will ensure the fruit retains its freshness, but generally berries should be eaten within one week.

Freezing Blueberries

Because berries have a short shelf life, an alternative to enjoy them year round is to buy them fresh and freeze them yourself. The secret to successful freezing is to use unwashed and completely dry berries before placing them in a single layer on a cookie sheet in the freezer. Once the berries are frozen, transfer them to plastic bags or freezer containers. Frozen berries should last approximately ten months to one year.

Preparing Blueberries

When you’re ready to use the berries, go through the lot once more to sort out any undesirable fruit. Then, rinse, drain, and pat dry the fruit. Commercially frozen berries do not need to be ‘cleaned’ or thawed. If you froze your own berries, a quick rinse may be necessary.

Helpful Hints

  • Blueberries tend to change color during cooking. Acids, like lemon and vinegar, make the blue in blueberries turn red. In an alkaline environment, such as a batter with too much baking soda, the blueberries may turn greenish-blue.
  • To reduce the amount of color streaking, stir your blueberries (right from your freezer, if frozen) into your cake or muffin batter last.
  • When making pancakes and waffles, add the blueberries as soon as the batter has been poured on the griddle or waffle iron. This will make the pancakes prettier and they'll be easier to flip. If frozen blueberries are used, cooking time may have to be increased to be sure the berries are heated through.
  • Whole frozen berries destined for your baked goods should be used frozen. Gently fold into pies, cakes and muffins just prior to use.
  • Store whole frozen berries in their unopened or tightly resealed packages in your freezer. If berries are to be served alone, thaw until they are pliable and serve partially frozen. Add sugar to taste — it brings out both the flavor and the luscious juices.

Blueberry Nutrition

  • Blueberry Nutrient Charts

Blueberry Recipes


  • Fruit of the Month: Berries by the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, public domain government resource—original source of recipe

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This item is in the Plants, Animal Products, Food and Drink class
Attributes: Edible, Stackable
Weight: 0.20 oz.
Loot value: 1 gp.
Sounds: Yum.
Dropped by: Marid.
Buy from: Livielle (Venore) 1 gp
Ariella (Meriana) 1 gp
Serafin (Yalahar) 1 gp
Alissa (Meluna) 1 gp
Sell to: Lily (Rookgaard) 1 gp for 5 blueberries
Notes: They can be picked in the wild on Blueberry Bushes, before you can pick them you need to "Use" the bush. There should be only 3 berries left to pick. Still, sometimes other players "use" the Blueberry Bush and don't take them with themselves. Thus, there can be up to six blueberries in a bush. One hour is needed since the last player that used the bush for it to grow back the blueberries.
Regeneration: One Blueberry will regenerate hp/mana for 12 seconds (makes you 1% full).

Total Hp/Mana gain HP Mana
Sorcerer / Druid 1 8
Knight 2 4
Paladin 2 6
Promoted Characters HP Mana
Master Sorcerer / Elder Druid 1 12
Elite Knight 3 4
Royal Paladin 2 8
All Vocations HP Mana
Sleeping 4 4

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