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    Squash as rice substitute

    I had a chance to meet a relative from the province and in our casual chat, he mentioned the vitamins that we get from squash. It is a myth that squash is good for the eyes but it is actually good for the cholesterol level and also to the digestive system. This is the first time that I've heard of squash in lieu or rice or mashed potatoes. Not a bad idea because I was already thinking of eating squash when I am on a diet from rice.

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    Re: Squash as rice substitute

    You can actually make rice from squash and other vegetables as well- and it is a good way to get more nutrition into your diet, although I have never tried this before. Any vegetable with low water content can be used, including butternut squash, sweet potatoes, regular potatoes or plantains, you could google this- how to make rice out of these vegetables to get some instruction.




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    Re: Squash as rice substitute

    Wat kind of squash are we talking? You mean like butternut and banana squash...or are we talking like yellow squash or zuccinni?




 

 

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