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How to Cook a Turban Squash

by Peter Mitchell
Turban squashes includes several varieties with a nutty, deep flavor. Some have bright orange and green colors, while others are smaller with dark green skin, such as the buttercup squash. All have a distinctive fat base and thinner top half, a little like a head turban. Like other forms of squash, ...
  • Venetia Mosley

    Although the history of its cultivation is nebulous, chayote squash, or chayote fruit, has long made up a part of Mexican cuisine. Its soft texture makes chayote squash delicious eaten whole, and it can also be juiced for a nutrient-packed beverage. Raw chayote squash juice boosts your intake of vitamins and minerals, offering a range of health benefits thanks to its nutrient content.

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    I love you, babe!!!! - KFC. HOW TO COOK MIRLITON (chayote) for you newbies

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