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Can't find in Denmark as well, but I just use zucchini slices sauteed in some coconut oil instead. Did try the spaghetti squash while I was living in the US and I actually like the zucchini better, it's less sweet.
Im in the UK and Ive been growing my own for years! I also get some from my local market, but its the wrong season at the moment.
I buy seeds from Sutton seeds or The Organic Gardening Catalogue They grow just as easily as Marrow or Courgettes, (Zucinni to Americans. Sow in April / May and ready in August / September.
Have a look online for Gefu spiraliser spiral food slicer. I bought one, I think I paid £20 including postage, and love it. You can make spaghetti out of courgettes, carrots, cucumber, squash. I still do a lot of raw foods, and a bowl of mixed raw spaghetti is wonderful with dressing, or even with a good meat sauce poured over. I'm always amazed by the way the taste of the veggies changes with the way you slice them; spiralising is no different, I really recommend it. The gadget is stainless steel mostly, and I suspect will last very many years. Shahzadi
I've managed a few times...but I believe that the season is quite short (or so I've been told). I think late summer/early autumn is the time to get it (although I could be wrong). I believe Waitrose stock it sometimes and I've gotten it from a local organic shop and healthfood store.