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Shaun in TO

I used fresh (a large one) for a pie once and we ended up throwing it out. But these days

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Posted to Thread #12304 at 8:48 pm on Oct 18, 2008

the small pie pumpkins are increasingly common in stores. I don't think I've seen so many as I have this year. Apparently the smaller, the sweeter (or better for pie). But you're right, it's a lot of work for a pie (or muffins or whatever). And the flavour and quality of fresh can be very inconsistent; at least with a can you know what you're getting.

If I wanted to make something that was more purely pumpkin, like a soup, I'd definitely use fresh.

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