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Oh!!!! Beautiful, bountiful squash.
SO JEALOUS. I like the ugly varieties best. They’re like the vegetable versions of swans.
(That was my deep thought for the day.)
And deep it was! I’ve just started to dip my toe in the ugly varieties pool. Turban squash? Got it. Pondering what to do with it.
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