Winter squash is grown in summer; the name "winter" squash developed because these hard rind beauties keep well after fall harvest to eat throughout the cold winter months. Winter squashes are "stored" in their own tough shells simply by keeping them at cool dry temperatures. They are naturally sweet, luscious and nutty and exceptionally high in health-guarding beta-carotene and fiber.
You'll love them simply baked or microwaved with perhaps a touch of honey or agave nectar and a little butter. Having a good supply will make you feel both wise and self-reliant.
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