Commodity: Tahitian Squash

Tahitian Squash

Commodity Overview

Resembling butternut squash but longer, the tahitian has a deep orange flesh with high sugar content. It can be eaten raw like a melon or cooked like a squash -- it tastes similar to sweet potatoes. Tahitian squash can be baked, fried, steamed or roasted. It keeps for a long  period of time. It is available August through November.

Varieties

This commodity is not typically marketed by variety.

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