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YEG - Frozen Butternut Squash

RobS174 Jul 7, 2013 10:16 AM

Has anyone come across bags of cubed frozen butternut squash in Edmonton? I've tried my local Save-On, Superstore, etc and haven't had any luck.


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  1. cellophane_star RE: RobS174 Jul 8, 2013 08:11 AM

    Planet Organic in Calgary has them. The Edmonton location likely does too.

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      RobS174 RE: cellophane_star Jul 8, 2013 09:33 AM

      Thanks for the reply. I didn't see them at the downtown location but I'll try the southside one; they usually have a better selection.

    2. anonymoose RE: RobS174 Jul 8, 2013 10:32 AM

      If you have access, Costco also sells bags of refrigerated cubed butternut squash that you could throw into the freezer.

      1. maplesugar RE: RobS174 Jul 9, 2013 07:48 PM

        Save On should have small (albeit pricey) bags of frozen butternut squash in the organic aisle-Stahlbush brand I think. Otherwise I second the Costco suggestion--particularly after roasting and cubing two large ones myself the other day. Btw they're usually in the walk in cooler (with the baby carrots, fruit trays etc).

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          RobS174 RE: RobS174 Jul 11, 2013 05:52 PM


          The downtown Planet Organic came through with the Stahlbush brand butternut squash. Luckily it was on sale so definitely a better option than peeling and cubing them myself.

          I don't have a Costco membership so I wasn't able to try that but I'll find someone to tag along with the next time I need some. That would definitely be a cost effective and efficient solution.

          Thanks to everyone for their replies.

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            anonymoose RE: RobS174 Jul 12, 2013 09:56 AM

            Alternatively, get someone to buy a Costco gift card for you. Even if it's $5, you can use it to get a temporary membership at the service counter and shop on your own...

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