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Immature Winter Squash


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We had a big patch of "volunteer" acorn squash (and one lone zucchini - the biggest damn zucchini I've ever seen). Bob just cleared it out yesterday to make room for other veggies, and brought in a box of immature acorn squashes.

We've found in the past that these aren't very tasty and have a hard texture. Any ideas for using them, other than the compost bin?

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In the Little House on the Prairie books Ma made immature pumpkins into mock apple pie....

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