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A versatile fruit that is not to be confused with the famous Mark Twain novel, Huckleberry Finn. Indigenous to higher elevations thriving in an acid soil and a close relative of the blueberry, this fruit has a sweet robust albeit tart flavor (when compared to its blueberry cousin) and is generally not cultivated commercially. There is limited availability of huckleberries which probably accounts for part if its popularity. The huckleberries are a favorite food of bears and are thus adventurous to pick! There is a certain amount of wilderness factor associated with the huckleberry which make them quite scrumptious and a true delicacy.
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