Butternut Squash 101

 

Butternut squash is a tasty type of winter squash. It's got a thick outer skin with hard orange flesh surrounding an inner pocket of seeds. To cook butternut squash, you usually peel off the skin and scoop out the seeds, dicing the remaining flesh for sautéing, roasting, mashing, or pureeing into soup. You can also roast the squash whole, then scoop everything out of the skin, discarding the seedy...

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