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Pepõn or Pumpkin
Updated: 9/28/2020
Pepõn or Pumpkin
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  • Pepõn or Pumpkin
  • I originated in the ancient Americas. I didn't alway look like this, backed then I looked like a crooked neck variety which actually sorted very well
  • Before the Europeans came around I was used by the Native American in different ways. Early Americans roasted pumpkin strips over campfires and used them as a food source, before the arrival of European explorers. Pumpkins helped The Native Americans make it through long coldwinters. They used the sweet flesh in numerous ways: roasted, baked, parched, boiled and dried. They also eat my seeds and used for medicine. My blossoms were added to stew and dried pumpkin could be store and ground into flower.
  • pumpkin seeds!!!
  • What is that?!
  • feed this to the pigs
  • I thought it was for us
  • Instead the pilgrims cut the top off of a pumpkin, scooped the seeds out, and filled the cavity with cream, honey, eggs and spices. They placed the top back on and carefully buried it in the hot ashes of a cooking fire. Once I was done cooking they will scopped the insides out and eat it
  • I was served in the 2nd thanksgiving dinner. I also didn't look like this
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