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    Ah I have just used Mr Google... We definitely don't have this in Northern Ireland! Lucky to get other varieties of squash as it is. Nature has made spaghetti squash this way... Amazing.

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    Ruth, don't let the lack of spaghetti squash stop you! You can eat this dish on top of roasted sweet potatoes and baby spinach if you like! Or on top of mashed cauliflower with butter. Heck, if one was feeling a little more adventurous, some sourdough bread slathered with butter to dip into the sauce would be fantastic! Maybe with a side salad?

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    Thanks Patski! I definitely will try this... Minus the sourdough!

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    Let me know how you like it!
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    The upside of spaghetti squash is that you get gobs and gobs of the stuff inside. Pretty much the entire interior, minus the seeds, is edible. The rind is barely 1/8" thick and you can take it right to that.

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