Anna Aughenbaugh
Fort Collins, Colo.

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Yellow summer squash recipes


This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.

This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.

This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.

This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.

This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.

This spring or early summer vegetable is one of the first to be ready to harvest. They are best when small, so need to be checked daily because they seem to get too big overnight. The entire vegetable is edible and full of nutrients, it just needs to be washed.

Use them quickly because they last only a couple of days in the refrigerator. If they do get too big, peel and discard the big seeds and pulp because they will make recipes soggy. Yellow straight neck squash are more usable than the crook neck ones. Yellow squash don't lend themselves to baking recipes like zucchini does, these recipes can help you keep up with a bumper crop.




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