That is not the story here in the US. Long considered a crop killing “corn smut”, American farms fear the growth of huitlacoche. Only a handful of farms in the country even attempt to harvest it. For a successful crop, there must be a perfect combination of rain, temperature, and wind. One farm that has mastered the cultivation process is the renowned Burns Farms of Groveland, Florida. They are the supplier to some of the top Mexican restaurants in the country, as well as Gabbi’s Kitchen!
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