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  1. Kati Mora, MS, RD, Kellogg's FiberPlus(R) Wellness Advocate

    You’re right, it is pretty – and fun too! Squash is a great food to incorporate this time of year because its loaded with fiber. Your recipe has 9 grams per serving – that’s pretty awesome! I can’t wait to give this a try.

    October 24, 2012

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  2. Loretta | A Finn In The Kitchen

    I have so many beautiful squashes in a bowl on my table, but I’m almost afraid to use them because they’re also my decor! I love the recipe!

    October 24, 2012

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  3. Jean Layton

    I’ll sub in millet or brown rice (just to make sure it is gluten-free) and these look amazing. The combination of turkey and apple is marvelous.

    October 24, 2012

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  4. Eha
    Eha

    Lovely recipe both in looks and ingredients. Australia has ‘gone wild’ about using turkey too: it is also incredibly cheap compared to most proteins and all pieces + mince are available at every supermarket. My only problem is the squash: what we term as such are small: about a thumb’s width – I suppose 6-8 in a pound! This looks much bigger and given the picture any one of us would call it a small pumpkin :) ! This type does look appetizing!!

    October 24, 2012

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