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A pepita is harvested from specific hull-less pumpkin varieties, known as Styrian or Oil Seed pumpkins. They even have hip names like Lady Godiva, Naked Bear, and Kakai Hulless Pumpkin. Any other variety of pumpkin produces a hulled seed that’s slightly fibrous and less tender.
Pepitas de calabazza is a Spanish word that literally means ‘little seeds of squash’. These are little green seeds that date back at least some thousand years. They’re commonly used in Mexican dishes and are also eaten as a healthy snack after they’re roasted. Over the years, they’ve become widely available across the globe and can be found in all the seasons. Pepitas taste quite like sunflower seeds as they have a light, nutty flavor. Their crunchy texture makes them a perfect addition to salads and granola.
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