Video: How to Pick the Best Butternut Squash for Spiralizing + My Save The Dates from Minted!

Video: How to Pick the Best Carrots for Spiralizing

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Another Thursday, another new video on the Inspiralized YouTube channel!

Last week, we talked about how to pick the best vegetables for spiralizing and today, we’re getting specific, with butternut squash.

I get a lot of e-mails about butternut squash – some find it tough to spiralize and I think that’s mainly because of the size and shape butternut squashes they’re using.

With this video, I’ll help you pick the best butternut squash for the spiralizer.

Next, week, I’ll be talking carrots!

The tips described in the video are in the description of the video and also, here ya go:

Tip #1: Pick a squash with the smallest, bulbous bottom as possible.
Tip #2: Opt for a medium-sized butternut squash, about 3-3.5” diameter.
Tip #3: Try to find a butternut squash with a long, tubular part for optimal noodle-yielding potential!

Save the Dates with Minted

My Save The Dates from Minted! - Inspiralized.com

I’m also giving you a sneak peek into my wedding planning process and sharing with you my Save the Dates from Minted.

The last time I talked about Minted it was about this Inspiralized-themed calendar. I love Minted, everything they make is gorgeous and their website is so easy to get around and end up with something you love.

My Save The Dates from Minted! - Inspiralized.com

Check these gorgeous Save the Dates out and then enter the Minted giveaway for a chance to win a gift card. After all, it is quickly approaching the holidays. What better way to start the New Year off than with some of Minted’s New Year cards?

Thanks to Nadya Furnari for taking our engagement photos, which I used for this Save the Date!

Disclaimer: Although Minted.com provided these complimentary Save the Dates, all opinions are my own.

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Jessica Beard says:
I would get the Glaze Christmas cards and a calendar.
MBO says:
My hubs and I did photo postcards for our save the date and thank notes! I, unfortunately, did not discover Minted until after the occasion, but they have such great stuff! Would love to use them for an upcoming event. Fingers crossed :)
BlogMan says:
Might just be my personal preference or my less-than-optimum-hearing, but losing the music during the monologue would be helpful to focusing on and understanding what you're saying. Good at the intro and exit, but not necessary for the content. THANKS for listening and keep up the great work. dv

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