I was curious about something. I'm going to get some pumpkins to carve for halloween and usually when I scoop them out there's a lot of flesh of the pumpkin I take off the walls. Normally I just dump all this out. However I was thinking of saving some of it and either steaming it or boiling it and eating it this year instead.
Carving pumpkins are supposed to have a lot less sugar than regular eating pumpkins so I was wondering if they had fewer calories.
To be on the safe side I could always log it as pumpkin, raw in the fit day thing (weighing it before boiling it) but I thought it might have a different calorie count.
It would help me save some money if I could eat this because I've been spending a lot more on food since I decided to eat more fruits and vegetables.