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Huckleberries in Oregon

As the seasons whines down in Montana and Idaho, the huckleberry season is going strong in parts Washington and Oregon. Wild Pacific Northwest: Huckleberries Oval-leaved Huckleberry, Vaccinium ovalifolium (photo by Ivan Phillipsen). Of all the plant species that produce edible berries in the Northwest – and there are quite a few – huckleberries have to […]

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Huckleberry Buckle Recipe

Blueberries …… or Huckleberries? | learningandyearning Of course, we always called them huckleberries. To us, a wild berry was a huckleberry, and a cultured berry was a blueberry. Over the years, I’ve realized … Huckleberry Buckle Beat 1 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of butter and 2 eggs. Stir in 1 cup of milk, 4 […]

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Huckleberries vs. Blueberries

I always used to get confused when it came to huckleberries vs blueberries. I thought they were the same, just known by different names in different places. But you know what, there are a lot differences between both of them. Though these differences are very minor, there are few people who can tell you which […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending October 9, 2010

Which tastes better, huckleberries or blueberries? – by Rex … huckleberry. 1 of 1. by Morgan Carlson. Huckleberries are fruit very similar to blueberries but are smaller, have larger seeds, and range in colors from …

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending September 19, 2010

Super blueberries Frederick News Post There are three species of blueberries found in our area — the low-bush blueberry, high-bush blueberry and huckleberry. The blueberry bush thrives after … The Best Year for Huckleberry Picking – 1988 (210 gallons in 7 hrs … (Thanks to the International Wild Huckleberry Association for the link.) I asked […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending September 4, 2010

Kinsey Barnard’s Photos and Real Life Adventures: Huckleberries … By kotybear2002@msn.com (Kinsey Barnard) So when I moved to Montana and heard people extolling the virtues of wild huckleberries the subject got a big yawn from me. When I found out how tiny the little dickens are and how long it takes to get an edible […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending August 21, 2010

Friendly Reminders from a Montana Huckleberry Patch | Gail Lynne … By Gail Living in Montana definitely has its perks- especially this time of the year- during huckleberry season. A few days ago, my son, his girlfriend and I went into the mountains of Montana in search of huckleberries. … Red Huckleberries | WG4U.ORG By […]

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Huckleberrries in the News – Week Ending August 14, 2010

Huckleberry Season is on!!!!! « D.S. Tarvin’s Blog By dstarvin Chances are you haven’t tried Huckleberries, or if you have they were not treated and used with respect. And trust me the commercialized huckleberry flavors you can find out there in products are a pathetic attempt to come close to the … How Should Huckleberries […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending July 17, 2010

The Friday Friends: Gone and Back again part 2 By Debbie Huckleberries are small round berries, with a similar appearance to blueberries, though their color may range instead from deep crimson to eggplant purple. They do have a taste similar to blueberries, but many say when they are fully … Pocono berries already abundant Pocono […]

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Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending June 26, 2010

Huckleberries in My Garden: Not What I expected (But that’s okay) By Pip Gardner According to my research and Barney (pg 24), huckleberry plants aren’t supposed to start flowering until 3-5 years. I am not expecting any fruit this year or next year for that matter. However, I am certain that one of the plants […]

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