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Squash, Spaghetti - 1 ct
Sweet, crunchy and mild. When cooked, the squash flesh separates and looks like strands of spaghetti. Poke a hole in each end of the squash, boil the whole thing up, separate the strands, and sauce it. Try coating the strands lightly with sesame oil, then chill and dress with a recipe for cold Asian noodles.
To make sure you can always get the best produce available, we source fruits and veggies from many of our trusted farmers. As with all the products in our Marketplace, we prioritize working with local producers as seasonality allows, and we maintain our strict sourcing standards. We list the producer we are purchasing from on our producer pages but as we are receiving produce every day there is a chance your produce may come from a different farm.
Winter Squash Recipes >
To make sure you can always get the best produce and pantry items available, we source fruits, veggies and grocery items from many of our trusted local farmers and producers. As with all the products in our Marketplace, we prioritize working with local producers as seasonality allows, and we maintain our strict sourcing standards. Produce and pantry items that’s not available from Texas farmers or producers due to growing region or season will always be secondary when sourcing.
Store winter squash in a cool, dry place; store winter squash at 50° to 55° F with a relative humidity of 50 to 70 percent—higher humidity can result in rot. Store cured squash on a shelf or rack, not on the floor.
Do not store squash near apples, pears, or other ripening fruit. Ethylene gas released from ripening fruit can cause the squash to yellow and eventually rot.