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Squash - hate it or love it, but grow plenty of it

publication date: Apr 1, 2004
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Summer squash is almost a “must have” at a farmers’ market stall. Customers love to eat squash in a variety of ways: raw in salads, sautéed with onions, in casseroles and grilled, to name just a few. This means that a market farmer really needs to have summer squash in his/her repertoire. Here at Au Naturel Farm, summer squash is one of those vegetables that we love to hate, but we know our customers will expect it every week, so we grow a lot of it!

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