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My friend just gave me 10 of these beauties. I like them raw but I'm curious if they could be pickled? Any one have experience with these?

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  Zephyr squash DFen911 My friend just gave ...
Oooooh painted zucchini! I don't see why not. Those are beautiful.
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  Re: Zephyr squash Harborwitch Oooooh painted zucch...
Probably, but I've found we just don't like the zucc/squash pickles I've made, so I've given up on them.

neat looking, I've never seen them.
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  Re: Zephyr squash cjs Probably, but I've f...
The skin is pretty tender, I was thinking "bread and butter pickles". I recall my grandmother making them out of zucchini but cannot find her recipe
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  Re: Zephyr squash DFen911 The skin is pretty t...
That's what I made with mine - I think I posted my B&B pickles in your other thread. We just prefer cucumbers
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  Re: Zephyr squash cjs That's what I made w...
Those are pretty. I've never seen them before. I have no experience making pickles, so no comment. Just wanted to compliment your pic. Personally, I would just be grilling those babies!
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