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After I did my little experiment on “How to Cook Pumpkin” I had some pumpkin seeds left to cook in the oven.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
1. Have all the raw pumpkin seeds in a strainer, then rinse with water and remove the stringy pumpkin debris.
2. Rinse thoroughly and keep them wet do not dry them because the salt needs to stick to them.
3. I used course sea salt and sprinkled it on the seeds while in the strainer. (You can use any salt you may have)
4. Put seeds …
This year I forgot to carve my pumpkin for Halloween! I realized I had a whole pumpkin sitting on my front porch so now, it is the end of November and Thanksgiving is right around the corner-instead of throwing my pumpkin away I decided to cook it, and freeze the puree in 2 cup increments to use for pumpkin bread and muffins throughout the year. I will be doing an experiment to cook my pumpkin, it will be prepared three different ways.
Whether you are cooking up pumpkin to make pumpkin …