Featuring: Pumpkin seeds Remember when you would eat pumpkin seeds just once a year – after you scooped them out of your Halloween Jack O’Lanterns? The seeds were covered in sinewy gooey ooze causing them to shoot out of your hands! Oh, but once they were washed, lightly salted and baked…a rare nutty-tasting treat. Now, pumpkin seeds are available on most store shelves. They are integrated into breads, granolas, sauces, garnishes and bars, like.
How many times have you cruised the produce section at the supermarket, grabbed a variety of luscious fresh fruit, only to have the majority of it rot in your refrigerator or on your countertop?