What if my spaghetti squash is green inside?
Furthermore, how can you tell if Spaghetti squash is bad?
The flesh inside should be solid and brightly colored, corresponding to the spaghetti squash variety. If it has spots, is discolored or the color is very dull, it is going bad. If the flesh is soft and mushy, or appears very dry and is pulling away from the walls of the rind, the squash is rotten.
One may also ask, is it safe to eat unripe squash? Summer squash are eaten unripe, when they have thin edible skins and small soft seeds. Long ago, such squash were only available in summer. They do not keep well. Winter squash are eaten when fully ripe, when the seeds and skin have become hard.
Furthermore, what if squash is green inside?
Question: Some of my yellow squash has a green tint to it. What is wrong? Answer: It is a plant virus called “cucumber mosaic virus” or CMV that infects members of the cucurbit family of vegetables, ornamentals, grasses and even weeds. Although the plant won't die, production will decline.
What happens if you eat bad spaghetti squash?
You'll likely know a bad vegetable when you taste it, as plants with a high concentration of cucurbitacin are extremely and unpleasantly bitter. If you bite into squash and experience a nasty flavor, spit it out and stop eating.