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Yay! Pumpkin time is here! Great tips!


Once I have pureed the pumpkin in the food processor, I pour it into a fine sieve over a bowl and let it drip any excess liquid out. Then I freeze in measured amounts. I return the frozen pumpkin to the sieve to thaw and remove more liquid again. It isn't usually so much that it effects the recipe quantity, but it does help it to be firmer and more the consistancy of canned pumpkin. Thinking of which, I must go to my freezer and find a pack because it is Pumpkin Pie for dessert tomorrow!

Linda Colantino

Hi Clarice! I always learn so much from you! Interesting pumpkin posts.

Bernideen's Tea Time Blog

Great information which I shall print out and put in my pumpkin file folder!


Thought you might save the seeds before cooking.

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