Squash is one of those vegetables that you are either blessed with way to much of or you seem to have a complete failure of the crop.  I have been growing squash for years now and it is always feast or famine.  We sure do not want to complain when we have a feast but what do you do with all that squash?  Oh sure, you could leave it in unlocked cars at the mall but chances are most city folks don't know what to do with squash either :)

Squash is one of those vegetables that you are either blessed with way to much of or you seem to have a complete failure of the crop.  I have been growing squash for years now and it is always feast or famine.  We sure do not want to complain when we have a feast but what do you do with all that squash?  Oh sure, you could leave it in unlocked cars at the mall but chances are most city folks don't know what to do with squash either :)

Let's face it, sometimes our gardens do not give us large enough quantities at one time to make it worth firing up the pressure canner.  What do we do when we have smaller portions of veggies each day that we want to preserve at the peak of freshness?  We freeze it.