Kabocha is traditionally eaten in celebration of the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, when people lack the nutrients found more commonly in summer vegetables. Kabocha is often enjoyed as tempura or boiled in sugar and soya sauce resulting in a soft, sweet dish. Recently, with the import of Halloween from North America, kabocha has become a popular ingredient around the October 31 holiday, for example in kabocha purin, sweet pumpkin pudding.
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- Farmers pack according to the weight displayed on website, the number of produce might vary. There might be +/- 10% in product weight.
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Keep refrigerated and consume within 7 days.
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25 January 2021
11 May 2020