You’re Doing It Wrong: Pumpkin Seeds
The most common cultivar of pumpkin grown specifically for its seeds is the Styrian pumpkin, which yields the small, smooth green seeds sold in grocery stores. Styrian pumpkin seeds are ideal for eating because ... residue. If you must do something with ...
What to do with all those pumpkin seeds? Eat them! (Video)
It’s messy. It’s good quality family time, too, but what will you do with all those pumpkin seeds? Yes. Pumpkins seeds are good for you. They’re chock full of nutritional value such as high protein content (about 5 Grams of protein per 80-85 pieces ...
I intercrop pumpkins and maize for a great harvest
Pumpkins do well in dry and cold weather conditions, which is why one is guaranteed of harvest even when the rains fail. The weather is very erratic these days, which means if you plant maize ... I normally get the seeds from my produce and process them ...
How do I eat this? A guide to difficult foods
Thankfully, food fumbles do not become matters of national ... Samuel of H-E-B clarifies the correct technique. “To eat edamame, you put the whole pod in your mouth, and with your teeth, pull out the seeds. Then, discard of the pod.”
How to cook pumpkin seeds, one of the most nutritious Halloween treats you can eat!
But before that happens, the pumpkin has to be cleaned out and gutted. This is when I encourage you to stop! Do not throw away those pumpkin seeds! These slimy little critters can be cooked and eaten, they are truly a delicious Halloween treat.