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Myyrh
« on: August 08, 2009 06:07:42 PM »

Finally! The garden has given me a plethora of zucchini, squash, potatoes and sunflowers. Now, if only I had a good zucchini bread recipe!

I figure thats what the Food Network is for, but I had a few questions. Is it similar to banana bread, where the older the fruit the better? Just need to know if I should let the baseball-bat vegetable sit around for a bit before attacking it.

And should I freeze the loaves and then thaw before eating? I've heard that helps a great deal with retaining moisture.

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2009 03:06:54 AM »

mmmm zucchini bread is my favorite! i make it all the time.  ive never really noticed a difference in how old the zucchini is, usually im just happy to be eating it haha.  i would think it would be more like carrot cake than banana bread if you're looking for a comparison.  they seems to have pretty similiar ingredients, just different amounts as one is a cake and one is a bread.  as for freezing it and and then eating it, i usually do that too, i just think it tastes better. 
also, i usually get a bunch of zucchini now, grate it all, then freeze it in 2 cup bags (which is what my recipe calls for) so i can make it throughout the winter.  freezing that usually builds up a lot of moisture as well. 
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