Ball squashes vary in size from small to large in diameter, and have a globular to oval shape, capped with a rough, green stem. The skin is smooth, glossy, and thin, sometimes exhibiting faint vertical ridges, and is dark green. Underneath the surface, the flesh is white, tinged with pale green to yellow hues, and has a crisp, spongy, and tender consistency. Within the flesh, there are also many small, edible seeds. Eight Ball squashes have a mildly sweet, vegetal flavor with subtle nutty undertones.
Their shapes makes them perfect for stuffing?