Butternut Squash are bottle-shaped and have a finely textured bright orange flesh. Unlike Summer Squash, which are picked immaturely when the skins are tender, Butternut Squash have hard, thick skins. Thus, only the sweet flesh can be eaten. The delicious yellow meat is reminiscent of sweet potatoes and can actually replace them in most recipes.Butternut Squash is good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and iron. You can easily integrate this vegetable into your diet because they can be used in a variety of different ways, whether they are baked, steamed, pureed, or cooked in soups and stews.
Origin: France or Portugal Packaging: None Storage: The hard skin protects the flesh and allows it to store longer than summer squash. Store Butternut Squash in a cool, preferably dark, well-ventilated area for up to 3 weeks. Wrap cut pieces in plastic and refrigerate up to five days. Usage: Excellent for salads or to make delicious fries
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OrgaThis knobbly, ugly duckling of a root veg is a wonder in the winter kitchen. Under the craggy skin lies a smoky, earthy fragrance that can be the starting point for hundreds of recipes: a classic crunchy rémoulade or salad, a sweet, velvety mash, a warming gratin or a silky soup.
Origin: France Packaging: Paper bag Storage:Keep cool and damp in an outdoor veg rack or the bottom of your fridge. It should last for several weeks. Usage:Celeriac is good friends with the other winter roots. Pair with potatoes in mash, roast in a tray with carrots and parsnips, or add in chunks to a hearty stew or pie with whatever other roots you have in your box.