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pumpkin

Herbal medicine
An annual vine primarily used as a food or a decorative item; the seeds are anthelmintic.
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But of course it's not just healthy and delicious snacks I'm interested in - the pumpkin seeds out of your jack o'lantern can also be planted in your garden, allowing you to grow more pumpkins for next year.
Mr Gilmour added: "Our troop of 28 macaques enjoyed the pumpkins, especially the pumpkin hedgehog, which was decorated with monkey nuts sticking out.
These ideas use canned pumpkin or frozen winter squash.
Pumpkin has nutritional benefits for pets without health problems as well.
It's important when considering feeding pumpkin to look for plain canned pumpkin at the supermarket.
To make the seeds, mix together the pumpkin seeds, maple syrup, olive oil and salt.
"We have seen the pumpkin season start earlier in the bakery in the last couple of years, with consumers beginning to clamor for all things pumpkin spice even before Labor Day," says Julie Dunmire, director, marketing --U.S.
Among the new offerings are Archer Farm's Pumpkin Spice Coffee, Archer Farms Pumpkin Pancake and Waffle Mix, and Pumpkin Spice Snack Bites.
Once the pumpkin fruit begins to grow, it's covered with sheets for protection from too much sun.
BEST OVERALL CHEF SOLOMON SHENKER'S PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE
Pumpkin seeds contain healthy levels of magnesium, zinc, tocopherol (a precursor to vitamin E), and essential fatty acids.
You may think nothing of throwing your pumpkin away as soon as Halloween comes to an end, but Mike Hendry, head chef at Llansantffraed Court Hotel in Monmouthshire, is here to tell you otherwise.