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    Vegan trophy hunter

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    Problem is when zucchini get that big they are worthless for eating. You should only take the ones 8-10 inches long, a bit of garlic butter and Parmesan cheese and roast at 350 for 20 minutes. Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Problem is when zucchini get that big they are worthless for eating. You should only take the ones 8-10 inches long, a bit of garlic butter and Parmesan cheese and roast at 350 for 20 minutes. Enjoy.
    I prefer them sliced and steamed
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Problem is when zucchini get that big they are worthless for eating. You should only take the ones 8-10 inches long, a bit of garlic butter and Parmesan cheese and roast at 350 for 20 minutes. Enjoy.
    Just like catfish....The smaller ones are better eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzQkr View Post
    I prefer them sliced and steamed
    That's my other method.
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    I stir fry them with red peppers and sweet onions using olive oil with a bit of white wine and salt added at the end.
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    Them are some good seeds for next year ; )
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    I wonder what round and weight he used. Or did the cat just dig them up and bring them to "Daddy" as a prize like they do with mice?
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    I hate picking the shot out of them.
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    My friend and I gardened together way back when. At least 3 times a summer we would wind up with a zucchini that huge - that we missed when we were picking them THE DAY BEFORE!

    They ARE edible if you know what to do with them: We cut the sucker in half, stuffed it, baked it and ate it - each time. Yep, just the two of us (for lunch). And of course you can always grate them and freeze them for a lifetime supply of zucchini bread.........
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    I thought you were going to be posing with a stuffed and mounted vegan that you bagged at a recent antifa rally
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    I would like a hunting cat. Quieter than a hound for sure, smaller, can be completely ignored during the off season, cheaper to feed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMinSC View Post
    I would like a hunting cat. Quieter than a hound for sure, smaller, can be completely ignored during the off season, cheaper to feed.
    All cats are hunting cats. They bring you trophies - like song birds, or if you are really lucky they will leave a mouse gallbladder on your kitchen window sill as a present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterGranny View Post
    All cats are hunting cats. They bring you trophies - like song birds, or if you are really lucky they will leave a mouse gallbladder on your kitchen window sill as a present.
    Or they can poop in your plants and spray your furniture or chew on your mini blinds

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