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The most productive of this group It is bitter when young - and inedible (not sure about the other review). I tried several plants, occasionally one was not. Bitter squash can be dangerous! Mature it's very stringy, and can be used, but probably is not meant for that. I put it in some curries and it was pretty decent. Great seeds. It dries like a gourd, and could probably be made into crafts like one, but it's much earlier than the true gourd species. It nearly won best of show at my county fair - so it's also beautiful!
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5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Very prolific - about 10 to a vine - but probably better used as a summer squash where we found it to be quite delicious. The mature squash has a thick, hard skin, almost impossible to cut into. The flesh of this squash doesn't soften very much even when baked for an hour at 420 degrees.