Green spaghetti squash is a vegetable that many people avoid. They are often intimidated by the idea of cooking it, and they don’t know what to do with it once they have cooked it. This blog post will go into depth about how you can cook green spaghetti squash and all of the delicious things that you can make with this versatile vegetable!
First, you need to know the difference between green and yellow spaghetti squash. Yellow spaghetti squash is a winter vegetable that is harvested in late fall or early winter when it has turned golden brown on the outside.
Green spaghetti squash are typically eaten earlier-on during the season because they turn light green as they grow larger. You can find them at local farmers’ markets from mid-summer through October (or November). On average, they will be smaller than their mature counterparts but taste just as good!
Now that we’ve taken some time to discuss what type of spaghettisquash you’re working with, let’s get cooking! This blog post will go over how to prepare each type of vegetable so that your dinner tastes