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HOW TO STORE & USE VARIETIES OF FALL SQUASH

They are so versatile and tasty. Here are some tips for navigating the kitchen with fall vegetables including butternut, acorn and spaghetti squash.butternut squash
-Use a sharp knife. Cutting through the peel can be difficult!
-You may steam them, boil them, bake in a water pan, cook in the crock pot, roast or grill them. There are many different ways to cook squash
-Baking them in the oven with no water will make for a less “water logged” squash. It can make a difference in recipes!
-Spaghetti squash, as the name indicates, is a great noodle replacement but can also try it as crust in an egg breakfast or pizza.
-You can store these squashes in a cool dark place for a year or longer. As long as they don’t show signs of mold or soft spots, they’re made to store.
– Tips by Stacy Geny of Paradise Produce – East Nashville Farmers Market

Cloth Diapering 101 Workshop at East Nashville Farmers Market: June 25, 6pm

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Did you know it takes an estimated 250-500 years for a disposable diaper to decompose? YUCK! For you moms and dads to-be, there is a much greener solution. Smile, Mommy! is a cloth diaper service that picks up, launders and delivers cloth diapers to your home. They’ll be teaching a free workshop on the basics of cloth diapering for interested parents fed up with disposables. They’ll discuss pros and cons of all the different product options on the market. You’ll learn how to change and wash cloth diapers. Email info@smilemommy.com to register. Better for the Earth, better for your baby.