1 double piecrust
4 cups blueberries
3/4 cup sugar
3 tablespoon flour
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Prepare pastry-suggested recipes will follow-and roll into a ball with your hands. Place ball into the center of a large baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper. Roll with a rolling pin or press with your hands to form a 13 or 14 inch circle. Working with pastry form a 2 inch raised edge around circle.
Toss blueberries in a bowl with sugar, flour, and lemon juice. Mound in center of circle and sprinkle any remaining sugar on blueberries. Fold raised edge up over filling, working around center and pleating slightly as necessary.
Spray galette lightly with butter flavored cooking spray and bake in a 350 degree F. oven for 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown and blueberries are soft.

A quote by the co-author of a study at the Argricultural Department  Human Nutrition Research Center at Tufts University in Boston several years ago stated the following:  "People are told that once you are old, there is nothing you can do-this may not be true."

Today many people seek out eternal youth in many different suberficial ways.  Cosmetic surgery, quick fix pills and creams.  What ever you desire you can find something or some one to accommodate you.  Well as the saying goes, "What ever floats your boat" or whatever makes you happy, as you are in charge of your own destiny.  For me it is "What you see, is what you get."  I just let nature take it's course.

When it comes to nutrition however, I will try anything.  Blueberries have always been in my diet-sprinkled on cereal, added to muffin or pancake and waffle batter, and of course used in desserts.  Now, spending so much time researching and reading about all the nutritional perks attributed to them, I ceretainly am going to include them more often in my diet.  Perhaps you also would like to try one or two of the following recipes.