Week of September 13, 2017
Most pumpkin seeds have a fibrous white hull around the seed. But the Kakai or Lady Godiva pumpkins produce hulless seeds, also called pepitas. The seeds are great toasted with a little olive oil and salt, check out our blog site for a recipe. The only downside to growing these types of pumpkins is that the flesh is kind of tasteless and stringy. But the pepitas make up for that! They can always get added to the compost pile or worm bin.