Early people found the wild squash useful – perhaps as bowls or tools – and ate the non-toxic seeds. They began to farm the softest, sweetest squash, and thousands of years later, pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice latte is a thing.
Early people found the wild squash useful – perhaps as bowls or tools – and ate the non-toxic seeds. They began to farm the softest, sweetest squash, and thousands of years later, pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice latte is a thing. Tom Merton Getty Images
Early people found the wild squash useful – perhaps as bowls or tools – and ate the non-toxic seeds. They began to farm the softest, sweetest squash, and thousands of years later, pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice latte is a thing. Tom Merton Getty Images

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