After your Halloween pumpkin has been gutted and carved, you may be wondering whether you can eat it, and the answer is: yes, as long as you cut out and save the innards you want to eat before you leave the pumpkin outside.
There are a variety of ways to cook pumpkin into delicious meals and snacks, from pumpkin bread to soup.
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