What are the pros? The seeds are delicious
What are the cons? Seeds don't keep
These squash's seeds are delicious and hassle-free. I will grow them every year, but will have to isolate plants and hand pollinate for the next year's seeds. When I tried to use my 1 year-old seeds I got zip. Probably because of the hull-less seeds. Oh, well. Now I know,... and you do, too. Did not care for the flesh, it was bland and kinda watery, but the seeds will motivate me to keep this gem around the garden for good. I have seen pictures of an "Oil-seed squash" from the Balkans that looks just like Kakai and is grown hull-less to help with the crushing. Have not yet found a source.
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