What are the pros? Dual Summer/Winter Yeild, Fast
What are the cons? What's not to like?
I keep seeing a lot of reviews for this as a summer squash. I let all of mine go to maturity. They don't get much bigger than softballs at their largest, between that and a tennis ball. I will go back try as a summer squash next time, but not rush to pick them all early because these vines essentially are spaghetti squash, but they don't bake into strands. They have possibly a stronger flavor than spaghetti squash. I tried to cook the mature ones as summer squash, but they didn't work out. You have to pick them small with pale skin for that. It's pretty much November and all of my squash from June-July are intact. Also they make great single serving halves. You can stuff them if your into that sort of thing.... My God! It would be great with actual stuffing! AND GRAVY! Cranberry stuffing... oh man... Jambalaya even! Much better for stuffing than using acorn squashes like Martha Stewart. Never trust anyone who was in the federal pen.
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