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Butternut squash

The butternut squash is a vase-like fruit with a long neck and a round base. The skin is reasonably soft, easy to remove and it has a beige to yellow colour. The butternut squash has an orange fleshy pulp and has a sweet nutty flavour. As the fruit ripens, the colour changes to orange and the flavour is fuller and sweeter. This variety has bright orange flesh and is lovely and sweet. The flavour and colour get better because of the enormous amount of sunshine these butternut squash get while growing.
The ideal teperature of Butternut squash

Storage advice

Butternut squash are kept refrigerated during transport and storage. The ideal temperature during transport is 6 ℃. At home butternut squash is best kept out of the fridge.

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Butternut squash
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