What Can I Do With the Scrapping of My Pumpkin?

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You can turn the scrapping of your pumpkin into a wide variety of different crafts projects depending on your preferences. Find out what you can do with the scrapping of your pumpkin with help from a high school art teacher in this free video clip.

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Okay, today I'm going to show you what you can do with the inside of a pumpkin once you've carved it. You know the stringy gutty part like this that hangs down that's so hard to actually get out and you're like why is this in here? Well there are things that you can do with that. You don't have to throw that away. One thing that you could do just quickly that I'm not going to really show you is you can actually make zucchini bread with it. You can substitute that for the zucchini in zucchini bread and there's different recipes that you can find online for that but one thing that you can do also is you can take the insides like this, after you scoop it out and you can actually leave some of the seeds in there with it and you just put it into a food processor, excuse me, a small food processor or a big one, whatever and then what you can do also to make it a little more coarse you're going to use it as an exfoliant so you can roast the pumpkin seeds, it actually makes them a little better if you roast them, it's like more of an exfoliant type thing, it's rougher. So you put that in there, you put it into the food processor. If you want you can even add a little sea salt and you just press, pulse, pulse, you blend it up and there you go, you can take it out and you can put it in some kind of a little container, take it out of here and put it in some kind of a little container and keep it in your refrigerator until you need it and some people actually just use it straight on their face and leave it on there for a while. So that's something that you can do with the inside of your pumpkin.


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