Squash can be a very rewarding crop to grow on an allotment. They have a lovely sweet nutty taste, and are vigorous plants capable of producing many large fruit. Winter squash stores well over the winter months.
Squash can be used as the main ingredient in soups, pies, and casseroles, contributing its soft and delicious flavour. Roast squash is my favourite way of eating it, an excellent alternative to potato chips. The seeds are edible, and are yummy toasted in a dry frying pan.
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