Common Types of Squash
Long popular in the Caribbean, calabaza squash (also called West Indian pumpkin) has a sweet, juicy golden orange flesh similar
in taste and texture to butternut squash. Getting to it can be difficult, however, thanks to its super-tough tan, green, or
red orange rind. Use a cleaver, or look for cut-up pieces at Latin markets. Look for pieces with tightly grained flesh and
no wet spots. Whole squash will keep up to 6 weeks in a cool, dry place; cut pieces should be refrigerated and will last for
Great for: Baking.
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