How do you save spaghetti squash seeds for next year?

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asked Feb 16 in Gardening by Twin317 (960 points)
How do you save spaghetti squash seeds for next year?

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answered Mar 29 by Gingerzebell (16,860 points)
To save spaghetti squash seeds for next year wash the seeds to remove any flesh and strings.

Then cure the spaghetti squash seeds by laying them out in a single layer on a paper towel to dry and store them in a single layer of paper towels in a dry place out of direct sunlight.

You can plant seeds from store bough spaghetti squash and they will grow.

Just like fresh squash seeds from other squash the store bought squash seeds and spaghetti squash seeds can be planted and will grow squash.

Spaghetti squash will last in the fridge for 1 week to 2 weeks.

Spaghetti squash with blemishes lasts around 1 week in the fridge and spaghetti squash without any blemishes lasts up to 2 weeks in the fridge.

Spaghetti squash does not spike blood sugar and instead spaghetti squash can help to lower your blood sugar and maintain your blood sugar levels.

Diabetics can eat spaghetti squash.

Spaghetti squash is good for diabetics as it has a large amount of fiber which causes your body to slow release sugars into your body after you eat.

As a result of the slow release of sugar into your body from the amount of fiber in the spaghetti squash your overall blood sugar levels will lower.

Spaghetti Squash is slightly sweet but the savory, spicy, and acidic taste of the sauce balances that out beautifully.

The texture of spaghetti squash is Very satisfying, though not an exact replica of the texture of actual pasta.

Spaghetti squash is a winter vegetable rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

Due to its low calorie content and high fiber content, it may aid weight loss and digestive health.

Try roasted spaghetti squash as a low carb alternative to pasta, combined with veggies, protein, whole grains, and healthy fats.

Butternut squash is also good for diabetics.

Butternut squash contains a type of fiber that's not digestible.

If you have diabetes, it can help keep your blood sugar from rising after eating.

Butternut squash also has a low glycemic index, which means that its carbs are digested more slowly.

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