Once upon a time there was a large family that loved food...
I've honestly never tried anything but salt. Those sound good though! A related question: anyone know how to pick a pumpkin that has best seeds for eating? Is there such a pumpkin type?? So many times I feel like the seeds are thin and lack the good inner part and are just tough outer part. (am I making sense?)
i know what you mean, but i don't know if there's a way to tell the difference. i feel like bigger / more mature pumpkins would have better developed seeds - probably carving or decorative ones rather than cooking ones?
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