Winter Squash: Nutrient Powerhouse

 

Both summer and winter squash are available year-round, but in the depths of winter, it feels good to turn on the oven and roast some squash or make it into a delicious, smooth-textured soup. There are several different varieties of winter squash, and what they all have in common is an inedible, hard outer rind and large seeds. Most winter squash have orange-colored flesh, which means that they’re...

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