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Aug 27, 2014 12:49 PM CST
Name: greene
Savannah, Georgia, USA
We use spaghetti squash. We slice it in half the long way. brush some oil on the cut part. Place both halves, cut side down, on a baking sheet (we use a piece of parchment paper to make cleanup easier) and bake/roast it in the oven. You could micro-wave it the same way.

We scoop out, separating the strands, and eat one half the first day. We scoop out and freeze the second half for another day. If you remember to remove all the air from the freezer bag the cooked spaghetti squash will keep in the freezer a good long time. You can use the frozen one as 'spaghetti' when you are wanting to eat it again, or use it in soup (I like that one best for the second half).

I like to eat the spaghetti squash with just some olive oil and grated cheese - Romano and Parmesan is good; or with red meat sauce and sausages on the side.

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