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    Vanessa Niemi
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    Oh my dear, dear friends! For those of you reluctant to try spaghetti squash, please try it. I went 20 years without trying it and I’m so sad about the lost time! So easy. So yummy.
    Tonight’s menu:
    Shrimp spaghetti squash. I posted a forum about this last week. But last week I grabbed the jar of hot veggies. This week I used the regular and it was fantastic!

    I gave the manly men the hot stuff and they were happy. The ladies stuck to mild.

    As always let me know if you want a recipe!

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    I discovered spaghetti squash in the 90’s. I absolutely fell in love with it too. Someone recently posted about an “instant pot” that pressure cooks the squash in a fraction of the time that I make it in the oven. May have to look into that. Anyone else have experience with pressure cookers?

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    Vanessa Niemi
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    I use pressure cookers when I do canning. I’m actually looking forward to throwing the squash on my Big Green Egg and kind of grilling it on the stone. Yum smokiness!!

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    Deb Hiner
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    Hi Everyone! I’m new here so please excuse my delayed response. I was introduced to spaghetti squash at the farmers market a few years ago and I still have fun scraping out the shell and getting the spaghetti strands! I just slice my squash in half length ways, place cut side down on a glass pie pan
    Nuke for 10 minutes and it’s done. So simple.

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    I can’t believe I’ve never tried the microwave for this. Always thought it was too big/dense. Spaghetti squash is on my shopping list this weekend. Going to try cooking it that way. Thanks, Deb!

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