DescriptionSweet, 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. Big plus: anything that sounds or looks like spaghetti usually goes over big with kids.Claims
Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative (LFFC) is a non-profit organic farmers cooperative of over 75 farmers in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We focus on creating healthy, high quality foods from our highly maintained and enriched soils on our small scale family farms. When you purchase LFFC products you can be confident that you will receive the freshest products, farmed with consideration for the land, animals and people. (from Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative)
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