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Risa Jacobson says ...
I'd make your strawberry-lemon soda.
05/05/2011 10:43:03 PM CDT
molly says ...
I would enjoy strawberries right out of the pack - coming from whole foods I know they will be fresh, clean, and ready to eat right away. I may sprinkle them with sugar or dip them in chocolate, but I would not want to harm their freshness or use them in recipes where other, lower quality berries could be used. I always use my whole food purchases for only the best recipes, which is what i strive to make everyday.
05/05/2011 12:46:54 PM CDT
Sharon says ...
Limitless strawberries? Oh my, the mind boggles...I would wash, hull and eat the delicious, magical berries morning (cereal, yogurt); noon (salads); night (desserts with or without licquers); snacks (smoothies). There's nothing like a good strawberry. I'm a natural redhead and love to pick them, eat them, share them. Please pick me! Thank you.
05/05/2011 12:56:06 PM CDT
Amanda T says ...
I would have a day full of strawberry meals, starting with a huge strawberry milkshake. I'd then make Strawberry Shortcake (amazing recipe found here: http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/strawberry_shortcake/) For lunch, I would make a fruit salad with...mostly strawberries. Then for dinner, I would make a Strawberry Jam, and have PB&J sandwiches with a Strawberry filled Angelfood cake for dessert.
05/05/2011 3:14:57 PM CDT
patricia infozino says ...
As soon as i could eat enough strawberry s without getting sick, I would simmer a large pot with just enough sugar to make them sweet but not overly. Then I would put them is zip lock bags and jars to be used for any recipe that calls for strawberries . Smoothies for protein shakes before a work out. Oatmeal in the morning. Low fat strawberry muffins. Glazes for grilled meats. and last in the middle of a strawberry shortcake.
05/05/2011 6:11:00 PM CDT
Jen says ...
Mmmmm, strawberry ice cream for my 7 year olds birthday party!!!
05/05/2011 7:53:27 PM CDT
Charles says ...
A recipe for nearly every seed washed. Jams jarred high and noted off for neighbors and friends. Dreamfulls.
05/05/2011 9:15:14 PM CDT
Alison says ...
Step 1: take knife and remove green top. Step 2: Insert into mouth. And then repeat. Though the best would be to make a belgian waffle, and then slice some strawberries on top, then top it with some whipped cream. the best!
05/05/2011 9:40:24 PM CDT
Jim Dewey says ...
I would indulge in a strawberry, banana and orange smoothie at breakfast, then a strawberry, blueberry, acai berry smoothie for lunch (with soy protein powder), and then after dinner a bowl of vanilla and chocolate Almond Dream with sliced strawberries on top for dessert.
05/06/2011 11:45:07 AM CDT
Lynne says ...
I would definitely dip some in chocolate, but then I would get down to some serious baking business - I have a delicious strawberry bread recipe. I make several loaves every year after we go picking. And last year for the first time I made a strawberry pie with pudding & white chocolate - to die for! Last but not least, fruit pizza - fresh strawberries a top a sweet cream cheese spread on a sugar cookie "pizza" dough - yum!! Oh yeah, & strawberry jammmmmmm!!!!!
05/06/2011 12:01:01 PM CDT
Shelsea Harwood says ...
My family would eat most of the strawberries fresh from the container. The rest would be used for strawberry pizza, strawberry covered pancakes, and chocolate covered strawberries! If there were any left after that, some strawberry jam would be fun to make.
05/06/2011 1:00:03 PM CDT
Paul says ...
I would probably eat strawberries until my teeth turned red. Then I would make fruit salad, jam, and anything I could think of with strawberries in it. Then I would invite everyone over for a strawberry jamboree? Well, I thought that was going to sound clever, but it didn't.
05/06/2011 2:31:05 PM CDT
Amanda says ...
this is really hard! I would make a beautiful strawberry shortcake in remembrance of my Grandpa who passed last January. There was no other cake he would eat! Happy birthday May 8th Grandpa Bob!!!!!! Thanks for letting me share Whole Foods!
05/06/2011 6:10:59 PM CDT
Alicia says ...
I would have a strawberry party, with everything strawberry. Fresh strawberry pie topped with real whipped cream, strawberry scones, strawberry infused water, strawberry jam, strawberries and chocolate fondue, a strawberry cake, and strawberry/lemon sorbet. YUM!!! Any leftovers (like there'd be any) would go into the freezer for a yummy morning breakfast smoothie.
05/06/2011 6:49:40 PM CDT
Dee B says ...
In addition to all of the above, I would also dehydrate some for munching on later - takes up a lot less space than freezing.
05/07/2011 11:05:09 PM CDT
Nancy Azami says ...
I absolutely love strawberries; I prefer them fresh, however I even love frozen strawberries. I grew up in the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, and didn't have my first strawberry until I was approximately 10 years old, before then I thought canned strawberries were great! I like just eating strawberries all by itself, or on strawberry shortcake; strawberry ice cream/milkshake and best of all strawberry margarita!
05/07/2011 7:39:17 AM CDT
Alison says ...
I'd make jam, freeze some, and give my husband fresh ones.
05/07/2011 3:34:10 AM CDT
Lily says ...
I would eat majority of them as is. Then perhaps freeze some and use them to make fruit smoothies.
05/07/2011 3:52:32 AM CDT
Janet says ...
We would try to recreate the amazing batch of strawberry jam of 2008 that we dreamed about daily but have never been able to duplicate.
05/07/2011 2:45:45 PM CDT
Danielle Johns says ...
Smoothies, ice cream, jam, sliced on a salad, served over pound cake.... I could go on an on....
05/07/2011 11:43:42 PM CDT
shannon says ...
i would make baby food for my little guy and then i would have to dip the rest in chocolate ;)
05/07/2011 11:46:39 PM CDT
steve says ...
DIP THEM IN CHOCOLATE, OF COURSE!!
05/07/2011 11:48:00 PM CDT
Paula says ...
I would make an organic whole wheat strawberry pie. I would also dust a touch of flax on the top!
05/10/2011 12:56:04 AM CDT
Lola says ...
I'd host a Chocolate-Covered-Strawberry-party with a few friends & their children, have the kids wrapped them in colorful foil, (eat some with the kids)and ask them to give some away to who ever they wish. I'd also have the children mash them and make strawberry ice-pops.
05/10/2011 8:32:11 PM CDT
Alma Ruth says ...
My son absolutely, absolutely, LOVES Strawberries! - He can have them his fresh banana milk shake but he prefers them just cut out and cold! Thank you for asking! (He is only 4)
05/11/2011 10:28:36 PM CDT

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