Cooked spaghetti squash does freeze well. After cooking the squash, cut it in half lengthwise, remove the seeds and use a fork to rake through the pulp to separate it into spaghetti-like strands. To keep spaghetti squash... More »

Cooking spaghetti squash in the oven requires splitting it in half and baking it for approximately 40 minutes to an hour. Food Network and Martha Stewart require different styles of cooking spaghetti squash. More »

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To shred spaghetti squash, first cut the squash in half, remove the seeds, place the squash in a baking pan and bake the squash in an oven for 30 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Loosen the strands of squash away from ... More »

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To freeze zucchini, wash, slice, blanch and cool it before putting the squash into a freezer bag and freezing it. You need a knife, a cutting board, a large pot, a large bowl and freezer bags. More »

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To freeze summer squash, wash and slice the squash, and boil it for a few minutes before chilling the squash in ice. Store it in freezer bags for future use. More »

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To properly freeze cooked squash, let the cooked flesh cool for 10 minutes, scoop it out with a spoon, and pack it into freezer bags, storing horizontally. Alternatively, puree the squash before freezing for a ready-to-u... More »

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Butternut and all other winter squash varieties, such as acorn, pumpkin and spaghetti, can be frozen for up one year at 0 F before quality starts to diminish. Butternut squash can be cubed or mashed before freezing to ac... More »

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