You will need
- - fresh berries (honeysuckle, Victoria, strawberries, strawberries, blueberries, currants, raspberries, Aronia, gooseberry, sea buckthorn)
- - sugar
Sort and rinse fresh berries. Better if processed from freshly-picked berries, so will retain more vitamins. Prepare small containers or plastic bags for freezing.
Pour the berries into the mixer so that it was filled about 2/3, and then add sugar. Each of them requires different amounts of sugar: the sweeter the berry, the less sugar you need. Here focus solely on their taste sensations. Mix all in blender on high speed for 1-2 minutes.
The resulting mixture is immediately poured into containers or plastic bags and send it back into the freezer. Then not to guess which berry puree is in a particular container, it is desirable to attach to them a piece of paper with the name.
Thaw a container of berry puree gradually, in advance of shifting it from the freezer to the refrigerator. You can't store or re-freeze thawed berry mix, it deteriorates, loses its flavor and vitamins. So better use small containers.
Try to cook a mix of different berries. For example, mix once the red, black and white currants, or make a strawberry-raspberry puree.