Butternut Squash, Single Piece

Category: fresh vegetables, orange, south Africa

  • Tan yellow skin and soft orange fleshy pulp and seeds in the bottom, somehow similar to the ones in melon.

  • Its nutty and sweet taste gives you many options when it comes to eating it; raw, stewed, or roasted. You can detect its degree of ripeness by its color that turns increasingly deep orange; the riper the sweeter.

  • Store your fresh, uncut squash in a cool, dark place, such as a basement or closet, where sunlight won't hasten its ripening. Under the right storage conditions, your butternut squash should last two to three months.

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