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The pumpkin, a bright, orange-colored squash, is a powerhouse of nutrients. Pumpkins are a great source of vitamin A, in the form of beta carotene. They are also high in calcium, potassium, phosphorous and vitamin C. Pumpkins are a good source of dietary fiber and contain only a trace of fat and no cholesterol.
1/2 cup (122 g) (4.3 oz.) cooked
Protein 1 g
Carbohydrate 6 g
Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 1 mg
Sodium 1 mg
Dietary fiber 2 g
Pumpkins are grown in most of the United States and many other countries, except in tropical and semi-tropical climates. They don't do well in Florida, for example. The most popular carving varieties include Big Mac, Mammoth Gold, Baby Moon, Jack-o-Lantern and Connecticut Field. Other varieties include types intended to be eaten such as Small Sugar, Green Cushaw and Golden Cushaw. Thin skinned varieties include Connecticut Field, Baby Moon and Jack-o-Lantern.
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