Why aren't blueberries blue?

Asked Apr 09, 2014
Regarding color:
Nothing is actually any color... It is light rays that hit our eyes, and depending on the type of object, when a light is shown on that object then into our eyes, only certain lights are absorbed into the object's surface, thus, we see light rays. Not "technically" color.

Also, you might not be eating blueberries...
Answered Apr 09, 2014
The light waves we see are color, depending on the frequencies of the absorbed and reflected light waves by an object.
He might be colour blind
rcr12 Apr 09, 2014
Sorry he/she might be colour blind
rcr12 Apr 09, 2014
I don't know what you've been eating, but if they aren't blue, they're probably unripe or not blueberries at all. Unless you're being picky and calling it an indigo-blue mix, then that's just speculation on your part.
Answered Apr 09, 2014
While blueberry online shopping, choose for Mamra that is a bright brown color, compress and uniform in size. They should be free from spots and rancid smell. It is appropriate to store them in airtight closed containers and stored in the refrigerator to avoid them turn rancid.

Answered Mar 12, 2019

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