Fruits and Vegetables



Appearance: Beige skin and orange, fleshy pulp

Availability: In season from September to March

Look for: Solid beige color and no deep cuts or bruises

How to Prepare: Rinse outer skin and cut lengthwise with a large knife. Scoop out the seeds from the middle of the squash. The skin can be peeled or left on, depending on preference. Then, cut into cubes.  

How to Store: Store in a cool, dark place for up to a month.  

Fun Fact: The seeds of the squash can be roasted and enjoyed, just like pumpkin seeds. 

Nutrition Fact: Butternut squash is rich in vitamin A, which supports eye health.