How to Correctly and Safely Cut Zuccurì
In this article we are going to review the correct way to breakdown (or cut) the mouthwatering Zuccurì. One think that is important to understand about Zuccurì before we get into the training is that the flesh of the vegetable on the top side (stem side) is thicker than the bottom side (blossom end side). So, when you are cutting Zuccurì, It is much easier cut into from the bottom side of the vegetable.
Spade & Plow Organics - Sam Thorp
Born from a desire to connect consumers to the best tasting organic fruit and vegetable varieties, and a calling to preserve farmland in the South Bay Community, Mike Thorp and his two sons, Nick and Sam started Spade & Plow Organics on 10 acres in San Martin.
Swank Farms - Dick Swank
Nestled in the fertile Central Valley of California, Swank Farms is a working farm renowned not only for its high quality produce, but also for its array of year-round activities and offerings. Owned and operated by Dick and Bonnie Swank, Swank Farms is Hollister's top agrotourism destination and known as the go-to pumpkin patch in the area, attracting visitors from far beyond San Benito County each year.
Oven Baked Zuccurì
The simplest way to enjoy this new type of chestnut Kabocha squash, and it's moist yet flaky texture. Consider it your new sweet that is sugar and gluten free.
Growing Tips: Zuccurì
Today we will discuss growing this dry kabocha which has a cake-like texture and sweet taste that can change the way the world defines a vegetable! Once cooked, even the skin can be eaten. Zuccurì vines can also grow up to 15' in length, so make sure to give your plants plenty of distance from any other crops.