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When Squash Stands in for Meat

Skip the pumpkin ravioli and make schnitzel instead

Halved, roasted pumpkins and butternut squash on a black surface.
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It’s easy for squash — a versatile, hardy, and abundant staple in the autumn and winter — to fall into the same traps, paired with savory sage or fragrant cinnamon.

If you’re already feeling a little worn out on pumpkin spice lattes and cinnamon-and-sugar-rimmed beers, but love squash, here’s an…

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Mark Bittman

Mark Bittman

Has published 30 books, including How to Cook Everything and VB6: The Case for Part-Time Veganism. Newsletter at markbittman.com.

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