Another tasty sweet natural home grown KABOCHA. Just rinse it, cut open, de-seed, put in a roaster pan with lid with some water. It comes out tender and sweet. I love KABOCHA. Do you?
If you have purchased from a grocery store before, I myself had a bad experience with it. I don't know how old it was, but my taste buds were stunned by its musty bambooshoot odor and taste. It was unpleasant. It was a "blah" taste. Now the KABOCHA has been cropped in my brothers garden I do not refuse the offer to take home one or two.
Try it. You will love it - roasting it is the best method. Put it in your Chiffon cake or pie instead of that mushy watery pumpkin. You will have fans.