You shouldn't freeze squash raw. When thawed, they will be very mushy. You can cook them in certain recipes and then freeze.
No! Butternut squash is a winter squash and because of that it is also a long storing squash that should be kept in a cool, dark, dry place. If you do choose to freeze it you will have to peel and cut the squash into cubes and roast it. When packaging squeeze air out of the bag and freeze.
in the cupboard or fridge.
Yes, you can; although it's better to cook it first.
Well I know it is okay to freeze it in the summer and eat on it until you have fresh squash next summer. Both me and my grandma use that method with fresh squash from our gardens.
Usually you'll have some leaking around the plug... get a flexible necked mirror and a flashlight and look around it for leaking cooolant.
are yellow necked martins mammals
The word necked has one syllable.
a fril necked lizard is a reptile
Rufous-necked Hornbill was created in 1829.
Bare-necked Fruitcrow was created in 1758.
Straw-necked Ibis was created in 1835.