Pumpkin Print

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"In fact, if there's anything that I love best in the world, it is baked pumpkin! - Dusko Dobrodushkov said and his imagination began to serve him only pumpkins - sweet, pretty and fragrant ... "Elin Pelin
Pumpkin
(Cucurbita) are a genus of plants of the family Cucurbitaceae and is one of the so-called fruiting vegetables. The stem of the pumpkin is a trailer and reaches a length of 4-5 meters. It is cylindrical or ribbed, all covered with sharp, solid white pappi. The leaves are hollow, with long stems and large texture. Sometimes they are so close to each other that the ground is not seen. And not just the ground. They often hide flowers and prevent the bees from finding them to feed on their sweet nectar and pollinate them.
Pumpkin contains a lot of fruit sugar (in good varieties up to 10%) and other nutrients, Vitamin C (10%) being with highest values. Due to its low calorific value (about 17 calories per 100 g) pumpkin has dietary properties and is recommended for renal and cardiovascular disease.
The pumpkin has a lot of potassium, which improves heart rate and increases the excretion  of urine. This makes it a valuable tool for renal and cardiovascular disease. Because of the low acidity and soft pulp, it is useful in gastritis and colitis and has a mild laxative effect. The large amount of pectin helps with colitis. It reduces cholesterol in the body which helps against atherosclerosis. Highest content of vitamins C, B group and Beta Carotene. It is better to choose pumpkins with orange flesh, they have more beta-carotene.