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  1. That’s it! This may be the one way I might enjoy squash outside of a baked good. (Sensory issues…maybe it’s the skin.) Let me know when you are back in my neck of the woods, and we’ll arrange a day-long canning tutorial at my house. Your healing kitchen needs home canned, shelf stable items!

  2. I’m not putting my name while admitting to being a laundry-procrastination sympathizer. But for me, the issue is nursing bras. I get away with pushing my steamed cauliflower through my juicer so I don’t have to clean an extra towel, but I don’t think that would work for the spaghetti squash. :/

    • I’m glad somebody can sympathize with my laundry procrastination! That is very interesting about using a juicer to remove moisture from steamed cauliflower–I don’t have a juicer yet, but when I get one, I’ll try that technique for my cauliflower wraps!

  3. Haha! I totally understand the underwear scenario. It is time to do laundry when I’m left with my ugly pink undies! This recipe caught my eye, not ever really been a fan of spaghetti squash. You usually only see spaghetti squash with sauce and no mater how hard I wring it out, it still waters down the sauce. This looks great, gonna give it a try. Thanks!

  4. Just wanted to add my two cents here. Had an annoying amount of spaghetti squash leftover from a previous evening’s dinner, and I was looking for something new to do with it. This was perfect! We really enjoyed these. My family actually didn’t realize they weren’t potato hashbrowns until I mentioned it. Haha! Thanks.

  5. I always salt and drain my spiralized zucchini before using it or cucumbers before making salads, … and I’m wondering if this wouldn’t also work for the squash in this instance.. will have to give that a try… thanks for the recipe…

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Lauren Geertsen, NTP

I’m an author, entrepreneur, and nutritional therapy practitioner (NTP). I began this website at 19, to share the steps that freed my life of chronic disease and medication. Now, Empowered Sustenance has reached 30 million readers with healthy recipes and holistic resources.

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