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Zucchini

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.
  Definitely. It is frequently used in salads and often turns up alongside raw carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes, and mushroom slices on party platters with a bowl of dip.
"You eat them" is just being rude.....Squash bugs can be eliminated by using Green light Neem solution (Found at gardening stores), or just mix 2 gallons of water, and 1/4 c. dish soap. (You can add some neem oil according to bottle directions, too). Spray the leaves, UNDER the leaves, too, and...
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...
When the Spanish invaded South America, they brought a typical Spanish vegetable with them: the zucchini. The zucchini found great appreciation in Paraguay, but no one seems to know why. Scholars have said it is because of its green colour, which is a main colour often used in Paraguyan cuisine.You...
Zucchini in tagalog is patola.
In 1 average sized zucchini there is 4.9 mg of sugar.
zucchini came from the USA
Yes it does. Due to its seed content, botanically, zucchini are  actually "fruits" but is used as a vegetable in most cooking  dishes.
Eventually, yes.   There's no real evidence or records about exactly when. All  squashes are native to the Americas. The Native Americans grew  zucchini and introduced the pilgrims to it.
Depends on what zucchini bake you're referring too.   I substitute cornmeal all the time when I don't have breadcrumbs  for a baked zucchini recipe.
  Ingredients   2 tablespoons margarine2 onions, chopped2 potatoes, peeled and diced8 zucchinis, chopped1/4 teaspoon dried thyme1/4 teaspoon dried rosemary1/2 teaspoon dried basil1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper4 cups chicken broth1 cup whole milk1/4 cup dry potato flakes1 tablespoon soy...
yes. Zucchini likes warm weather.
zucchini carrots are the name of a reading group from b.p.s in balcutha new zealand with ben,carys,aleshia,clayton,Ivan,ryanand Caitlin in it.
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.
zucchine grows all over Italy, we have a few different kind growing in our regions,like the round one or our own roman zucchina that is smaller and lighter. But your question is not answearble, it's like asking from wich American state is corn from
The singular of Zucchini is ZUCCHINA!
Not well. Zucchinis make better pies than conductors.
They are both the same thing, the vegetable has two names which different countries call it, e.g. americans call it zucchini, the british call it courgette.
it is grown in the USA
Zucchini tastes like nothing, so you can get fit from something that you can't even taste
no, i would say Zucchini bread has 1800 century American origins.
it kind of looks like a three leaf clover but the leaves are long  and spread apart that is what is looks like when is just sprouts.  hope it helps :) good luck
It grows on vines on the ground.
No, zucchini is summer squash. Winter squash are usually firmer fleshed like hubbard squash, acorn squash, or pumpkin.
Words that rhyme with zucchini are... you weenie, meanie, vodka martini, sheeny, and beanie. I think this helps!
  Raw zucchini will keep in the fridge about a week. Cooked zucchini will last about 5 days in the fridge.
Yes, you can eat a pickle and a pickle is like a zucchini.
A zucchini and a courgette are the same thing. The name zucchini is perhaps more common in North America and Australia. 'Zucchini' is an Italian word, whereas 'courgette' is basically French. For more information, see Related links below.
While the traditional teaching is no, all canning with perhaps the  canning of meat products can be done in a water bath canner. It is  important that you maintain the highest possible temperature for  fifteen to twenty minutes. It may be necessary to keep extra water  boiling to keep the canner...
It depends on what fish you have in the tank!
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...
According to the Food Channel, the world's largest zucchini on  record was 69.5 inches long and weighed 65 pounds. The grower was  Bernard Lavery of Plymouth Devon, UK.
The average size of a zucchini is about 5-7 inches.
You sautee the mushrooms and zucchini.
Neither corn nor zucchini should be regular parts of a rabbit diet. Rabbits should mostly eat lots of hay, with some fresh leafy greens and high-quality pellets daily, and water: any other foods (such as fruits and non-leafy green vegetables) should be considered treats and only offered to healthy...
probably not. i guess it depends on your baby's likes, dislikes, and teething status.
I wouldn't , the water content in zucchini is pretty high and its not as firm as eggplant so it may go a bit mushy. There is a recipe for it though , here; See related link Give it a try.
The testrone enables them too. It is also a sign of a pregant female zucchini plants.
I love zucchini and grow it in my garden every year. Zucchini is pretty much tasteless, and takes on the flavor of whatever it is mixed in with it. I make zucchini bread with pineapple, nuts and raisins, chocolate zucchini bread, which tastes like brownies, lemon zucchini bread with nuts, zest of a...
you put it in the freezer.
yes u can. it may taste a lil tiny bit diff but yes! u can!
About 107 calories an ounce - give or take.
Put it in a bag and put it in the freezer,
You can use one fourth to one third whole wheat flour but not all. It would be too heavy and not raise.
yes but if you have an alergy to anything thrn no cause of the acidic rate i think that's just what my doc said to me
1 pound zucchini = 3 1/2 cups sliced or 2 cups grated ~ Answered my own Q. But thanks anyway :)
A medium sized raw zucchini has 5 micrograms (mcg) of Vitamin K and a cup of chopped comes in at 8 mcg. This would be considered a low amount of Vitamin K.So the answer is yes, you can eat zucchini with coumadin.
  If you mean what is the world record, then the longest was 69 and a half inches in length. The record weight is 65 pounds. Most varieties will grow to an amazing size if left, although they are mostly only good for stuffing at that stage.
Yes, they will not cross with each other.
Of course! As long as there's no mould growing on it or it hasn't gone squishy it'll be fine. How old do you think the zucchinis in your supermarket are? More than 60 days, I'd say.
Yes, if you don't overdue it and cut the zucchini in small enough pieces so he won't choke. I would not feed him more than one zucchini at one time.
Netherland bunnies can eat the same foods as other pet rabbits. See the related questions below for info that apply to all pet rabbits (including Netherlands).
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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.
  Cut it to the size you want, blanch it then shock it let it cool, dry it off then put in air tight bags.
purple sprouting brocali , most potatoes , asparagus
it is a fruit because God made certain things to make us wonder! tetehehe!!!!!hahahahaha...sooo , then i guess that theres another question.....why are people contraversing on wearther a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable???!?!!!! a tomato is a vegetable
When a zucchini is soaked in saltwater, the cells in the zucchini  shrink because they lose their water.
In uncooked zucchini (also known as courgette) including the skin, there are: approx 72 calories as an average in one pound of zucchini.This works out at 4 to 5 calories per ounce.
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. ...
The average serving of zucchini pie is 150-200 calories.
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.
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...
As far as I know Zucchini's word orign comes from Italy.The word zucchini is the Italian name for the plant, which is why it is the more common name in italy.
No you don't need to sift the flour. However, by doing so, your bread will be less dense, and more uniform in texture, as sifting will remove lumps and add air to your batter. If you do not ha e a softer, then a fine mesh drive will work just as well. If that is not available, then whisk your flour...
Zucchini is a summer squash, which, like all squashes, are native to the Americas. Squash cultivation dates back to at least 7,000 BC, in what is now Mexico and Guatemala, and they were an important part of the ancient American diet of corn, beans, and squash, the "three sisters" of Native American...
Depends how fat the zucchini is. I currently have 3, two are about an inch diameter, the other is much fatter. - Do you see the pitfalls of this kind of question.
Whole wheat flour could be substituted, but the resulting zucchini-oat bread would be much more dense and heavy than when made with all-purpose flour.
yes AnswerTo be pedantic a Zucchini is an immature fruit. It is a young Vegetable Marrow.
There is 10 calories in half a cup of chopped zucchini.
The 'vegetable Vs fruit' dichotomy is quite arbitrary and has no rational foundation. Is Pumpkin a fruit when made into pumpkin pie. Is Apple a vegetable when it accompanies pork.
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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