• 1 Butternut Squash (or other kinds)
  • 2 TBSP Coconut Oil
  • 2 TSP Cinnamon
  • 1 TSP Sea Salt
  • 1 TSP Black Pepper

Step 2: Make the Recipe

  1. Chop butternut squash into 4ths or 6ths or more!
  2. Drizzle the coconut oil over the squash. Sprinkle the cinnamon, sea salt, and black pepper over squash.
  3. On a baking sheet, place butternut squash in the oven
  4. On parchment paper, bake for about 75 minutes on 375 degrees (check after 45 minutes with a fork)
    • Cook time will depend on how thick your pieces are
    • Acorn squash cooks a little faster
  5. Cook to your desired liking. The longer you cook, the mushier it will become.
  6. Take out and let cool for 10 minutes

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“Sugar does induce the same responses in the region of the brain known as the reward center (nucleus accumbens) as do nicotine, cocaine, heroin, and alcohol. Sugar stimulates the release of the same neurotransmitters – dopamine in particular – through which the potent effects of these other drugs are mediated. The more we use these substances, the less dopamine we produce naturally in the brain, and the more habituated our brain cells become to the dopamine that is produced – the number of dopamine receptors declines. The result is a phenomenon known as dopamine down-regulation: we need more of the drug to get the same pleasurable response, while natural pleasures, such as sex and eating, please us less and less (The Case Against Sugar, 40-41)”


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