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How to Cook Pumpkin Leaves

Pumpkin leaves are quite nutritious, containing iron, protein, calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C. The leaves are picked from the ti...

How to Cook Japanese Pumpkin

Whether the markets in your region label it kabocha, kabocho, kabotcha, Japanese pumpkin or Japanese squash, the bright orange fle...

How to Cook Fairytale Pumpkin Squash

The fairytale pumpkin is an heirloom French variety called “Musquee de Provence,” and gets its nickname from its fanci...

Do Pumpkin Seeds Affect Pregnant Women?

Not only are pumpkin seeds safe to eat during pregnancy, but they also contain many of the most important nutrients for prenatal d...

Canned Pumpkin Nutrition

While you might only consume pumpkin during the holidays, it has long had a place in American diets and used to make up a staple i...

How to Substitute Canned Pumpkin for Fresh Pumpkin

Using canned pumpkin instead of the fresh variety in recipes provides a more convenient way to enjoy this healthful vegetable. Acc...

Libby's Canned Pumpkin Ingredients

Libby’s canned pumpkin contains 100 percent pure pumpkin; there are no other added ingredients or preservatives included in ...

Is Canned Pumpkin Good for You?

Pumpkin pie, cookies and cake are high-fat, high-sugar foods that contain canned pumpkin, but pure canned pumpkin is a low-calorie...

How to Cook Pumpkin Blossoms

The large yellow blossoms produced by pumpkin and squash plants have a long history as a delicacy among Native Americans, Rosalind...

How to Steam Fresh Pumpkin

Rather than buying a can of pumpkin puree, you can steam your own fresh pumpkin and use the tender, cooked meat as pumpkin pie fil...
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