Tips and Tricks – Easily Remove Seeds from Squash

After the initial forehead slap (aghhh, why didn’t I think of that), I immediately had to test this. The ice cream scoop cuts through the tough squash removing wiry guts and seeds with ease. And after giving up dairy (e.g. ice cream), I’m  finally using that dang ice cream scoop for something useful. Not to say that you can’t make some amazing almond milk ice cream, but I’m not making that as regularly as I’m eating squash. It’s actually the perfect partnership, when the ice cream scoop would normally be on hiatus in the Fall and Winter, it’s hard at work easily removing those pesky squash seeds. Check it out!

Comments

  1. Wow that looks way easier than my experience with my spaghetti squash last night!! Now we just need a video on how to easily cut them open!

  2. I am with you on “no dairy”

    stomach has been SO much better! what have you noticed? improvements?

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