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Great gourds: decorative, and good to eat

Original post made on Nov 12, 2012

Long gone are the days when the only squash people could name was zucchini. This fall, farmers markets and grocery stores are filled with winter squashes of many shapes, sizes, stripes and colors. According to Jyoti Jain, teacher of ayurvedic cooking classes at Whole Foods, squashes are primo foods. "Squash has vitamins, antioxidants, magnesium and fiber. It has very good nutrition value," she said.

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