Spaghetti Squash

Landisville Cooperative


1 piece

When cooked, this squash breaks down into beautiful golden strands that you can use like you would your favorite pasta. It’s a nutritional powerhouse, low-calorie, and packs a ton of fiber, vitamin-C, and beta-carotene per serving. Its mild, refreshing flavor pairs well with any sauce you make. Plus, you can save the seeds and roast them for snacking, just like you do with pumpkins. Once cooked, scoop out the strands of squash and top with a bolognese, roasted cherry tomato and garlic sauce, or a green pesto.



Landisville Cooperative

Vineland, NJ

The Landisville Produce Co-operative was started in 1914 and today is oldest operating agricultural co-operative in the United States. They represent a network of over 40 local growers who have been selected based on their continued quality and reliability. Their growers provide the co-op with product availability and, in turn, Landisville provides them with a sales and distribution venue. They also support their growers by providing point of sale displays and trade show support.

Store in a cool, dry place, like a dark spot on the counter, the back of a cabinet, or in the basement, for up to 3 months--storing in the fridge will cause quicker spoilage. Store cut pieces of spaghetti squash tightly wrapped in plastic in the fridge for up to a week. You can also freeze cooked spaghetti squash for even longer life.