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Squash (vegetable)

There are many varieties of squash, including summer and winter types. They are used in many different types of dishes. A couple of popular varieties are acorn squash and butternut squash.

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How many butternut squash are in a bushel?

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Isn't it sort of hard to answer how many "strawberries" are in a bushel? Because if some strawberries are super large and others are small to med. sized, wouldn't this effect how many strawberries can fit in the bushel (container)? That is, if a farmer put super large strawberries in a basket and another farmer uses the exact same basket, but he/she put small or med. size strawberries it it. The second farmer will be able to get "more" in the basket than the other farmer with the largest fruit! Now, if a "bushel" is measured by "weight", then that would be an entire different story! It wouldn't matter what size the strawberries are...because they would be all be "weighed". EXAMPLE: Therefore, 50 super large-size strawberries would be the "approx." equavilent of 60-75 small-med. size strawberries! But, when "weighed" they all would equal the same weight...take or leave out a few.

How do you store or freeze crookneck squash?

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in the cupboard or fridge.

Can butternut squash spoil if left out overnight without refridergeration?

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does squash spoil if left overnight or two days

Does squash pie need to be refrigerated?

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Yes! You must refrigerate pumpkin pie...it has milk in it and will go bad quickly. How do I know? Personal experience!

What does squash do for your body?

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you could make gala vasa with it it is a spanish recipe its with corn squash chesse carrots or any other vegi

What does spoiled squash taste like?

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Cheese is a milk-based product that is deliberately "spoiled" and is full of bacteria. That's primarily what gives cheese its distinctive flavour and aroma. However, cheese has a much longer shelf-life than the milk from which it is derived. Indeed, certain varieties that are encased in a protective rind and can take years to fully mature. And yet manufacturers will insist it must be eaten in 2 to 5 days of opening! This is sheer nonsense and is only a legal precaution.

The actual duration a cheese will "keep" varies according to the type of cheese. Once exposed to air, the bacteria begin to rapidly multiply, producing a visible green-blue mold. However, many cheese are visibly moldy by design, so any additional mold is unlikely to do you any harm. If the cheese is not intentionally moldy, people will often scrape or cut away the mold, but it is perfectly edible. The only real difference is a stronger taste and aroma.

Eventually, though, cheese will spoil for real. The first visible sign of spoiling is a darkening of the colour, a result of the cheese drying out. However, the interior of the cheese may be perfectly fine; you can simply cut away the harder protective exterior. The only reason to throw away cheese is when it has completely dried out. At that point, it can be said to have fully spoiled. It may well taste fine, but it is unpalatable. If there's no moisture left then it cannot even be melted at cooking temperature.

What do squash seeds look like?

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The inside of a squash looks just like the inside of a pumpkin. Both are in the squash family.

How many yellow squash make a pound?

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One bushel of summer squash weighs about 40 pounds. One bushel of pears weighs 50 pounds, and one bushel of Irish potatoes weighs 56 pounds.

Can hamsters eat butternut-squash seeds?

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No its always best to cook the seeds in the oven on a low heat with no seasoning .Hope this is helpful my hamster loves hamster seeds but don't give them to many:)

What vitamin does squash have?

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Squash have vitamin A and it is rich in 100 g of vitamins and minerals.

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How many cups in 4 pounds of butternut squash?

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A large butternut squash baked and flesh scooped out equals between 2 1/2 to 3 cups (I do this for my butternut squash bisque/soup).

What type of squash did the Indians use in piE?

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Any type of pumpkin is acceptable for pie use, it will depend on the region. For instance, people in a region that grows giant pumpkins will use giant pumpkins for pumpkin pie. well having grown and made alot of pies the rule is the smaller the pumpkin the better. Giant pumpkins make terrible pies in my opinion.