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How to Plant, Grow, Harvest, and Cure Winter Squash
- Winter squash is often baked in casseroles or on its own. Cook all types of squash only until tender to keep the nutritional content.
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- Winter squash is a good source of vitamin A and has fair amounts of vitamin C. The darker the flesh, the more beta-carotene the squash has to offer. Learn more about winter squash’s health benefits!
- One cup of cubed winter squash contains about 80 calories, virtually no fat, and very little sodium.