To grow zucchini, select a good location, prepare the soil, plant the seeds, mulch the seedlings, water the zucchini plants regularly and fertilize them. You need zucchini seeds, loamy soil, compost, mulch, water and fertilizer.
Plant zucchini by preparing the soil, placing the seeds in 1-inch deep holes, and establishing a cloche protection for the seedlings. You need a cloche, a trowel, plastic mulch, organic mulch, compost and zucchini seeds.
When zucchini is cut into ¼-inch slices, it is baked until tender for 30 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. When prepared in the oven, zucchini is often covered with breadcrumbs, spices and Parmesan cheese.
Zucchini skin is edible. The skin may or may not be waxed, depending on where it was bought. If it is waxed, the skin should not be eaten without thoroughly washing off the wax and if it is not waxed, the skin is completely safe to eat.
Zucchini can be grown in containers, according to Ohio State University's Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. The containers must be placed to provide the plants at least eight hours of sunlight each day.
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.
Slicing a zucchini into long ribbons and removing excess moisture creates a "pasta" similar to spaghetti, linguine or fettuccine, depending on the width of the ribbons. Preparing the pasta is as simple as searing it in olive oil and steaming it in water.