Mid June- Early October
Because of their bland flavor, summer squash lends themselves to many different cooking applications, taking on the flavor of whatever they’re cooked with.
Try using them as a substitute for rice, pasta, or potatoes.
Young, tender squash are excellent raw with dips or in salads.
They’re also delicious steamed, fried, sautéed, stuffed, or baked in breads.
Summer squash will keep for about 7-10 days in a refrigerator.
Provides some vitamin A and C as well as folate.
HOW TO FREEZE SUMMER SQUASH:
Chose young squash with tender skin. Wash, slice; blanch 3 minutes. Cool immediately in cold water, drain and put into freezer bags. Freeze.