Video summary: Improvises a solar dehydrator, makes dried zucchini chips
M Johnson wrote:Definitely zoodles. The bigger ones are better. Got this from Jack Spirko (the survival podcast).
Use the tool in the picture to make a bunch of strips, including outer skin but stop when you get to the seeds. Then put them in a colander over your sink and salt them a lot. Leave them for an hour and then wash them thoroughly. They will have the extra moisture taken out to make them more like noodles but the washing helps them from being too salty.
Then put some grass fed butter or or red sauce in a pan and warm it up. Put the zoodles in and just warm it up. Add shrimp or chicken or anything else, maybe some parmesean
It’s delicious and makes you look forward to big zucchini
Chris rain wrote:Now, I love the occasional huge zucchini!
It saves on the grocery bill for sure!
What else have you guys done with zucc-enormandy?!
-TheRainHarvester on YouTube
Faye Streiff wrote:Grate them for zuchinni bread or veggie burgers. For the burgers, I add cooked, mashed beans, lots of chopped greens, garlic onions and a little arrowroot flour to make it stick together better or either an egg. Leftover grated zuchinni stored in two cup portions in the freezer for later use as zuchinni bread,