Your winter squash plants may be ready to provide you with a second vegetable you didn’t expect – summer squash. Last year we cut up, stir-fried and ate a young, tender fruit from our friends’ seed crop of Seminole winter squash. It was delicious, with an agreeable texture, and a rich, buttery taste. Then we harvested several young squash from our winter squash variety trials, and they all tasted similarly great! In fact, they tasted better than most summer squash do! It can be a challenge to find the young squash under the large green leaves and sprawling vines; however, if you plan ahead, small-fruited varieties of squash can be trellised, making it easier to find the young fruits.
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