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Huckleberry Tips
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Blueberries and huckleberries although related, are not the same. One obvious difference is that the blueberry has many soft, tiny almost unnoticeable seeds, while the huckleberry has ten larger, hard seeds. Blueberries are also more blue, while huckleberries are blackish blue or redish black. This red/black variety is also called southern cranberry.

Huckleberries are a crop that as of yet cannot be domesticated - though some areas are experimenting with mechanical harvesters, for the most part they are hand-picked in their native habitat.

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Huckleberry Recipes
We have heard that there are some great recipes for Huckleberries ... but have none our selves. Have one or two you would share with us?

Huckleberry Pie
Huckleberry Fritters
Huckleberry Cake
Huckleberry Jam


 
 
   
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