Zucchini

Seasonal Produce Guide

  • For fresh, look for: slightly prickly, shiny skins; firm; no cuts or soft spots
  • High in: vitamin C
  • Good source of: vitamin A, potassium, vitamin B-6, and fiber 
  • Good in: salads, stir fries, lasagna, pizza, pasta dishes, soups, omelets, burritos, stuffed, and roasted

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Baked Zucchini Fries

This quick recipe makes an excellent side dish or snack, and is a great way to use zucchini, especially when you have tons in your garden!

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