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Leftover pumpkin after Halloween - any ideas?
edited 29 October 2021 at 1:46PM in Old style MoneySaving
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WE have intruded into and destroyed their habitats so they will search out food and nesting spaces where they can find it.
Please don't out pumpkins out for wildlife as they are really bad for hedgehogs and can mean that they don't survive the winter. Either compost or if you can't do that wedge them up in the branches of a tree for squirrels who do eat them.
only 1 in 9 pumpkins get eaten!
includes pumpkin & coconut cake, pumpkin & feta filo rolls, pumpkin & raisin loaf. Lots look yummy- wish I had a pumpkin!!!
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They are not suitable for human as grown to be carved and binned.
So far we've used one to mix with the mashed potato of a cottage pie & it was very tasty. Don't understand why some people are not finding them good to eat.