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  1. #16
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    I had no idea that Hubbards are so good! I've never really eaten squash before outside of the very rare acorn squash. I am converted, and I will be looking for a MUCH better knife.

  2. #17
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    There are smaller varieties of Hubbard type squashes (and it sounds like, smaller specimens of whatever variety you got ). I grow Blue Ballet when the vine borers don't get 'em, and they're usually no more than 2-3 lbs.
    Speed comes from what you put behind you. - Judi Ketteler

  3. #18
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    What I've seen in the store is smaller, so it was just the variety my friend planted. I've also tried spaghetti squash recently and that was pretty yummy as well - with a grass-fed beef bolognese sauce

 

 

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