Pumpkin

We didn’t have a great pumpkin crop this year, but we did harvest a few. Today as I was cooking some up to make pumpkin pies I was reminded of this post from 2015.

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It’s that time of year. Fall is fast approaching (it arrives this Wednesday in fact) and the harvest is in full force. In fact some of the early crops, like summer squash and green beans might be finished producing, but the late crops like pumpkin and winter squash are just getting ready to be picked. While pumpkins are popularly grown for their use as fall decorations, and people often buy them to make jack-o-lanterns for Halloween, I’m afraid many are missing the true value of pumpkins.

On our morning local news channel last week, there was a segment where a heart doctor was interviewed and he spoke about the health benefits of pumpkin. He touted the large amounts of vitamin A and fiber as the main reasons to eat this heart healthy food but check out this link for more detailed reasons. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/04/pumpkin-health-benefits_n_1936919.html

This link also describes benefits of using pumpkin as a treatment for…

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8 thoughts on “Pumpkin

  1. Such a great article. I knew Pumpkin had a lot of vitamin A, but I didn’t recognize it had so much fiber or all these other benefits. Even more reason to indulge in pumpkin rolls & pies this year 😉 Haha

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  2. That was interesting reading as usual Ruth – I have also used canned pumpkin which is also good to mix in with cottage cheese or plain yogurt if you’re in a pinch and don’t want to deal with big pumpkins. But as you pointed out it is pricier.

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    1. When I made this recipe yesterday I had small eggs so I used three instead of two and it came out very fluffy. It is so good. I have not made the cake in a while but it is a very good recipe as well.
      Thanks for reading. 🙂

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