JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for October 09, 2017

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    Deja Moo  over 4 years ago

    A pumpkin IS a squash.

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    bunwarpgazoo Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Pumpkin in a can is usually butternut squash.

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    dende5416  over 4 years ago

    The FDA has no definition of what a pumpkin is so canned pumpkin is often any one of a variety of squashes.

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    GirlGeek Premium Member over 4 years ago

    This is why sweet potato is the best pie

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    Schrodinger's Dog  over 4 years ago

    there’s some arguement as to whether the Dickinson is a pumpkin or a squash.

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    car2ner  over 4 years ago

    I like to use the Cinderella pumpkin, but wow, they are juicy!

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    kab buch  over 4 years ago

    There for short time we had pumpkin pie ice cream so popular sold out fast.

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    cosman  over 4 years ago

    I just had to look it up.. treehugger.com/green-food/7-squashes-use-pumpkin-pie.html

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    Jayneknox  over 4 years ago

    My mom uses butternut squash. It’s creamier than pumpkin.

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    GaryCooper  over 4 years ago

    The distinction between pumpkins and squashes is a very, very fuzzy one. Pumpkins and other winter squashes are all the same species (with possibly a very few exceptions), and the flavors and colors of all of them are quite similar. So is it true pumpkin pies are made from squashes? Yes. All are made of squashes, and some are made from squashes that are not called pumpkins (although there are such things as sweet potato pie and carrot pie that are pumpkin-pie-like, but contain no pumpkin—but nobody calls them pumpkin pie).

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    bookworm0812  over 4 years ago

    Well, my grandmother used to make pies out of butternut squash. Similar taste but I found the texture a little different.

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