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96.6% would recommend this item to a friend.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? unique delicious
What are the cons? none
We have been selling these for many years. Picked small or large they are delicious. We love how the "flesh" is pure white inside.
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2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? GROWS WELL & TASTES GREAT!!
What are the cons? NOTHING!!
THIS SQUASH DID WELL FOR US. IT IS THE VERY BEST TASTING SQUASH!! GREAT BREADED AND FRYED IN BACON GREASE. BE SURE TO PLANT EARLY TO BEAT THE PICKLEWORMS.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything
What are the cons? nothing
This is, according to my mother, the same variety of squash my grandfather grew on his farm all his life. And I can see why!
Germination was easy as breathing, and it's a very hardy and low maintenance plant. In addition, it produces wonderfully well! We had just one vine, and it produced enough for my family of three from late June until nearly Halloween! And we still occasionally had extra to give away as gifts.
And the flavour and texture is just to die for! Hands down, this is my favourite summer squash. Whether it's in a vegetable lasagna, soup, or breaded and fried with fresh basil, my family just can't get enough of it!
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great taste, beautiful
Three of these plants have kept us and our friends fully stocked all summer. More delicate than zucchini in flavor, this squash blends with everything and just soaks up flavors. We've spiralized it for raw pasta, blended it into a curried soup, chopped it and used instead of potatoes, shredded it and made into veggie burgers and zucchini bread. Everything we've tried has gotten rave reviews, except I do not recommend juicing it, which makes a very foamy, almost soapy juice. Other than juicing, everything has been amazing, and everyone who's tried one of these and has a garden wants to grow them next year, too. By far our favorite, and when you have excess squash, it looks like a UFO invasion -- also amusing in its own way.
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Simple to grow and prolific.
What are the cons? Must pick small.
Good squash. Make sure to pick them small for best flavor. Need to check garden every day because they grow large very quickly and become pithy. Very productive plant. I have picked close to 50 off of one plant and it is still producing.