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Parent Category: Squash (vegetable)
Zucchini is a very popular and versatile summer squash. It can be fried, boiled, baked, grilled, and broiled, and its many uses include breads, cakes, and casseroles.
One cup of chopped zucchini, which is about one medium zucchini, has around 5 mcg to 8 mcg of vitamin K. That includes the skin.
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Zucchina Flowers Zucchini flowers come from the plant. They are also know as squash blossoms and are used in cooking.
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Answer maybe maybe not Answer Chickens will eat almost anything! My chickens love to eat the seeds out of the huge zucchini raw, if they are split open.
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no, it is a vegetable Zucchini is the American name for a courgette which is a small Vegetable Marrow which is technically a fruit.
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There are various ways to cook zucchini. Put canola oil in a pan,put sliced zucchini in the pan and cook until the zucchini is softened. When cooking vegatables you want to look for softness because if it's still crunchy then it's not cooked all the way through. Allrecipes.com has plenty recipes tha…
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If whole: 20 minutes at 200Celsius If sliced: 5-10 minutes. Add olive oil and oregano and you're ready.
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Zucchini is a fruit it comes from a flower and protects its seed inside its leathery cover.
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A Zucchini is an immature Vegetable Marrow so is a fruit, but it is normally used as a vegetable.
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Quick breads (chemically leavened) which most zucchini bread recipes are, were not developed until the end of the 18th century. This took place in America, where pearlash was discovered. Pearlash is a refined form of potash, and it produces carbon dioxide gas in dough.
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Like all squash, zucchini has its roots(!) in the Americas- but was subsequently developed in Italy.
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Plant zucchini in spring , when the danger of frost is over. You can also make successive sowings into summer if you have a growing season that is long.
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Zucchini, also known as courgette. Yes, rabbits can eat zucchini, but only in moderation, as a treat. Rabbits should eat mostly hay, plus some pellets, some fresh greens, and water. Any other foods (like fruits, or vegetables like carrot, squash, zucchini) should be considered a treat: a bite or tw…
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If it is kept frozen, in a properly sealed container and is not subjected to temperature fluctuations (as in a self-defrosting freezer), it can keep for a year and longer. Try to consume it before the next crop comes in. It can actually "keep" much longer, but the quality will deteriorate.
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it is grown in the USA
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Calories in zucchini In uncooked zucchini (also known as courgette) including the skin, there are: 19 calories in one small size zucchini (4.2 oz or 119g)31 calories in one medium size zucchini (6.9 oz or 196g)52 calories in one large size zucchini (11.4 oz or 323g)4 to 5 calories in each ounce or 2…
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Yes, they will not cross with each other.
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Squirrels have small curved bites, but rabbits have teared off bites, like when you try to break it with your hands.
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People get mistaken if zucchini is a vegetable, that is a common error. The truth is that zucchini a fruit because the fruit contains seeds in it. It is like other fruits and vegetables that are most common to be mistaken for. For example pumpkin,tomato,cucumber,strawberries,pineapple and figs. …
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The temperatures might not be suitable for pollination (too hot or too cold) or the soil may be too rich - particularly in nitrogen, so all the energy goes into producing leaves. Sometimes seed saved from hybrid varieties will not produce fruit.
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It is kind of looks like a cucumber but it isn't the same inside. Indeed all squash, gourds, and melons are members of the same botanical family as cucumbers, Cucurbitaceae. All belong to the type of fruit called peppo. A peppo is a berry with a thick skin outside, fleshy interior. Isn't it remarkab…
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yes AnswerTo be pedantic a Zucchini is an immature fruit. It is a young Vegetable Marrow.
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Zucchini 15calories per 100 g fresh zucchini Folate 24 mcg/100 g) potassium -280 mg/100 g) Vitamin A- 384 IU [115 mcg]/100 g. 1 Manganese-19% of the recommended daily amount
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Put it in a bag and freeze it until you need it
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While both are members of the gourd family, zucchini is a squash; cucumber is not.
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The best way is to attract honeybees by planting attractive flowers such as bee balm nearby. Of course you should also avoid using insecticides while the zucchini are flowering. If you mean to artificially pollinate by hand, you could channel your inner Gregor Mendel, use a tiny watercolor brush, re…
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They will creep upwards, as a vine. Just keep an eye on them and fix them gently to a nearby tree or frame if it seems necessary. They'll head upwards for the sun. I have pumpkins, planted by passing birds, which simply crawl up trees growing where the vines have to climb to reach the sunlight. The…
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Yes. You can just about anything. You need a pressure canner, lemon juice, and lots of canning jars.
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You plunge it into boiling water for 30-45 seconds.
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Zucchini are a type of squash, specifically listed as being a type of summer squash. It will taste different from the other squashes out there, though. Zucchinis have also been called Italian squash and just for an fyi (the name is French, it seems) courgette.
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It is an excellent way of cooking zucchini! I cut it into long spears and then coat with olive oil, garlic powder and a bit of salt. Grill until you get some nice grill marks on the spears. It will get soft and absorb the flavors of the smoke.
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baste with olive oil, mince garlic and sea salt. set grill to med to medhigh, let sit for a few mins, turn over, sit for a few more mins, done deal!
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Vitamin K1 is found chiefly in leafy green vegetables such as spinach, Swiss chard, and Brassica (e.g. cabbage, kale, cauliflower, broccoli, and brussels sprouts); some fruits such as avocado and kiwifruit are also high in vitamin K.
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To grow zuchinis, your plant must first have male and female flowers, then the female flowers must get pollinated by the male flowers and then the baby zuchinis should start to grow. your plants are @#$%ed up or you bought the wrong plants in case you bought the right plants.... there are some na…
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Here's one recipe for making Zucchini Bread. Its called Cheddar Zucchini Bread Recipe.The ingredients would be: one cup of chopped onions, one-fourth cup of butter, two and a half cup of Bisquick, one tablespoon of chopped fresh parsley, half a teaspoon of thyme, half a teaspoon of basil, three eggs…
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Zucchini and squash are pretty much the same thing. The outside of a zucchini is green and the outside of squash is yellow.
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There is NONE!
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check the website i added in the related links. this website is all about zucchini and zucchini only. for now they just have 4 zucchini bread recipes but all the recipes they publish are baked by them and tasted by them. worth a try.....enjoy!!
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If u mean longest zucchini in the world, it was grown by a resident of Brampton Ontario, Canada. The record was 7ft 10inches in length. There is an image and more information in the 2008 guiness book regarding this record.
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you plant it and put water on it and wait for it to grow
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Cucurbita pepo Origin Italy, 19th century (?) Zucchini (pronounced /zuːˈkiːni/ in North American and Australian English) or courgette (/kʊǝrˈʒɛt/ or [kɔːˈʒɛt] in New Zealand, South African, and British English or French) is a small summer squash. Along with some other squashes, i…
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yes and they are delicious!
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You can blend the zucchini peel and all for bread, but on an older zucchini the peel can add some unwanted bitterness. And if the peel is used, the vegetable should be first washed in warm, soapy water to remove any wax or other substances. For peeling, a fruit/vegetable peeler works just fine if yo…
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It is a type of squash
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Yes, rabbits do eat zucchini, however it isn't especially good for them. If you have a pet rabbit that likes zucchini, make sure you limit how much it eats. Zucchini is an acceptable treat for rabbits, but too many treats can lead to many different kinds of illness in rabbits. A bite or two every fe…
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Zucchini is very low in calories and contains no saturated fats or cholesterol. Its skin is good source of dietary fiber that helps reduce constipation and fights colon cancer. Zucchini is a source of folate, and is a very good source of potassium. Fresh zucchini is rich in vitamin A and C, and espe…
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18 to 20 calories depending on exact amount (113 grams - 124 grams)
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Fresh zucchini will keep for about a week if stored in the refrigerator.
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Water resting on the leaves. When watering, try watering at the base of the plant so the leaves don't get wet. If there are sprinklers near, cap them. Also, try watering in the morning. Bzzzt! Wrong answer. Please google the subject line to find out more.
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There are about 366 calories in a 1 cup serving of fried zucchini.
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CAN SOMEONE HELPME A RECIPE! HOW DO U FREEZER ZUCCHINI?
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no but they do look and taste the same
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It has about 30 calories in it.
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"Zucchini" in Spanish is "calabacín". It is pronounced "ka-la-ba-SEEN". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
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Zucchini as it is not an Indian fruit, yes it is a fruit! Although in a culinary context, zucchini is treated as a vegetable. A similar vegetable in the culinary context is the Ridge-gourd. Indian name : Turai or Tori.
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70 calories per 100 grams
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Patola
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Courgette
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its green and long and it could be yellow and it's wide:)
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All except the hard parts on the ends.
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Although widely considered a vegetable, zucchinis come from flowers and are therefore technically fruits.
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First answer: No. More info: Wild Rabbits According to the websites about gardening below (see Related Links), wild rabbits do not usually eat zucchini plants. Pet Rabbits Zucchini is safe for pet rabbits, but only as a treat. The main parts of a rabbit's diet are hay, dark leafy greens, and pellet…
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There is almost no difference, as zucchini is a type of squash.
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Green
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Look for zucchini that's about 4-6 inches long, and looks firm and shiny with no breaks or cracks. Large, older fruit will be tough and bitter; the best way to use very large zucchini is in zucchini bread. It can be kept in the fridge for up to one week. When you're ready to use it, wash the zucchin…
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Although uncommon, some zucchini contain a natural toxin called cucurbitacin. If you have a zucchini that tastes or smells bitter be sure that you throw it out. This toxin can cause vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhea, and fainting.
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This depends on the variety, Some are picked small, while others are picked when they are large.
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Zucchini grows very well in north Texas, but can grow in the the south as well.
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Skip another side-dish, make the ratatouille at least 2 days in advance and have it with a roast dinner - preferably beef.
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There are a lot of ways cooking zucchini. They can be baked or fried, grated and put in quiches and pies, or stir-fries. For some ideas on how to cook zucchini, see the related links below.
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I have just weighed 2 that I had in 'fridge, - 4.5 and 7 ounces. -So as with all veg, there is no fixed answer.
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one cup of diced zucchini =133 g
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Most cakes can keep for a week (maximum) if stored properly.
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Actually, Italian squash is zucchini. Just another fancy name. :) I was confused too, because the organic ones at the store are tiny and seem to be different from zucchini. They aren't though.
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the names zucchini or courgette in UK is a small marrow,have white flesh, and are eaten when immature. Squashes and pumpkins are of the same family but are generally left until fully mature later in the season.,Their seeds, leaves and flowers look very similar but the flesh is usually a dense ora…
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It comes from France
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Borers mainly
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species name: cucubuta pepo
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fun and cool
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Yes, zucchini is a summer squash that is dark or light green.
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From the greek god zeus.
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2 cups shredded
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Yes you can. Wash Shred Freeze Reference: http://homeschoolhelperonline.com/blog/2009/08/freezing-shredded-zucchini/
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approximatley 400
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About one and a half to two weeks in the refrigerator.
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About three medium sized zucchinis.
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"Sauteed Zucchini" 1 zucchini: 33 cal 1 yellow squash: 18 cal 2 tbsp olive oil: 119 cal 1 Cup Sliced Onion: 46 cal 2 tbsp Italian Seasoning: 0 cal Total: 216 cal One Serving: 54 cal Sauteed Zucchini 1 zucchini: 33 cal 2 tbsp olive oil: 119 cal 2 tbsp seasoning: 0 cal Total: 152 cal
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