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Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash
Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash
Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash
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Vegetable Spaghetti (Cucurbita pepo)
90 days — This squash, as the name implies, is a bit unique in that it can be served with a sauce like spaghetti. Boil the mature fruit for about thirty minutes, cut in half and remove the seeds, then scoop out the flesh with a fork and serve with your favorite pasta topping.

Growing on vigorous vines, the fruits are shaped like a cylinder, eight inches long, weighing about four pounds, and rind is hard, smooth and yellow in color. Although it is categorized as a winter squash, it does not store well and is generally eaten shortly after harvesting like summer squash. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 24 seeds.
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Wonderful Crop
I planted several winter squashes for the first time in my corn garden in 2013. I planted 3 mounds and they all germinated and did great. I mulched my garden. I got an excellent crop considering our slow season. I picked them when the vines died back and allowed them to cure for a few days before storing in my cold storage. I usually just steam them for 20min. and scrape out the insides. They have an excellent taste just as is and are a favorite of ours. Will grow again this year.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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