This is one of those summer vegetables that if you know how tasty they are, you will be waiting for them to arrive. Allan at Te Teko Vegetables is currently harvesting Kamo Kamo. They are a type of squash, a traditional vegetable for Maori kai. Kind of like a marrow with a touch of pumpkin. Kamo Kamo was introduced to New Zealand by early European settlers, and quickly became a staple food for Maori. It has quite a mild taste so can be cooked in similar ways to courgette or marrow. Check them out as Allan has got a special price going at present.
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