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Yellow zucchini is perfect in a zucchini frittata since the yellow blends in with the eggs, making the summer squash flavor a bit of a surprise. It is also wonderful when combined with green zucchini, creating an appealing contrast of color.

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Lightly sautéed zucchini and mushrooms are coated in a soy ginger and garlic sauce and served over rice in this healthy alternative to Chinese takeout. The best part: This meal can be ready in just 20 minutes! ... Getty Images. Lemony Zucchini, Fresh Garlic, and Parmesan Pizza

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Zucchini, carrot, sweet potato and beetroot noodles Grilled Zucchini salad with feta cheese, walnut nuts and glass of red wine in a black plate on wooden table. Yellow Zucchini. Zucchini plant with yellow flower and fruit in field Green zucchini, isolated on white background.

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Zucchini takes the place of the usual potatoes in this healthy remake of hash browns that's accompanied by fried eggs and whole-wheat toast. To drink, make an easy banana-berry smoothie with ...

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Zucchini is a fast grower, ready to harvest in 40 to 60 days from planting. You can start new plants 2 or 3 times per season and still have a big harvest.

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One of the most prolific veggies is the zucchini. Just thinking of all the stuffed squash, zucchini bread, and fresh or cooked applications for the green, glorious fruits of this plant has my mouth salivating. Sadly, there are a few zucchini plant diseases that you need to watch for in order to reap that bountiful harvest.

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Growing zucchini (or courgettes) is incredibly easy, and is the ideal vegetable to encourage kids to grow a garden. Once zucchini fruit start to set, the time isn't far from harvesting, giving young gardeners a thrill.