[SCA-AE] OT: iso canned pumpkin
eburhard65 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 23 23:06:03 EDT 2010
It turns out that some canned pumpkin is actually – gasp! – squash. Some manufacturers make "pumpkin" puree from one or more kinds of winter squashes such as butternut, Hubbard, and Boston Marrow, which can be less stringy and richer in sweetness and color.
So, cook up some piepan, butternut, or any other squash from your garden, farmer's market or produce section, puree it, and you don't have to chase Libby's Pumpkin.
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--- On Fri, 7/23/10, L.J. Rodriguez <rufinasca at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: L.J. Rodriguez <rufinasca at gmail.com>
> I have a problem and i'm wondering if
> some of the good folks in AEthelmearc could help me.
> i need some canned pumpkin - NOT pumpkin pie filling - for
> our old ailing ferrets.
> we feed our ferrets canned pumpkin for their bowel issues -
> the fiber is good for them :)
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