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October 06, 2006



do you have any nutritional info on this recipe? example calories protien vitamins minirals eliments? Tammy

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I am going to try baking this tonight! Thanks

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Also known as zucchini, zucchini is very similar to pumpkin in their chemical composition and healing properties, colorful and very low in fat, sodium and a good amount of beta carotene, potassium, fi ber, mineral salts and calcium alkaline ....


2 small zucchini equal 2 cups shredded zucchini? Please advise. Thanks!


I was wondering if you didn't melt the chocolate (and had chocolate chips strewn throughout the bread instead) what I'd have to do to modify the bread dough and make sure it's still moist enough? Any ideas?


Hi Sarah,
I bought 3 small zucchini, and ended up using 2 of them. When I say small, I mean they were only about 5 inches long. And I didn't pack the stuff down into the measuring cup, I left it a bit fluffy.

Sarah Jane ?Growe

How many zucchini is two cups?


LOL, you're right, what was I thinking???


Christine... Everything goes good with Chocolate. Doesn't it? :)


I think the reason zucchini goes so well with chocolate here is that it doesn't have a really strong flavor of its own. I'm not sure how other squashes would work. Hard to imagine pumpkin flavor combined with chocolate, but it might work. I would think it would be ok to use another squash with a mild flavor. Or ... just leave out the chocolate. Sacriligeous, I know. :)

As to the watery-ness, zucchini can be pretty watery. But if you think the squash you're using is too wet, just cut back on the amount a little bit. Or drain it some, as Vicki suggests. Good luck, let me know how it comes out!


What is the name of the squash you're thinking of using? Maybe, you could use another squash, but wring out liquid by placing grated squash in dish towel and squeezing out juices.

I'm going to use grated pumpkin, acorn or butternut squash since z squash is history in my neck of the woods.


I live in the tropics and we don't get zucchini. Since it is from the squash family, would regular squash (more waterery based) be a substitute? I don't think so, but need another opinion.


Sounds marvelous. I'm going to play with this recipe.

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