What’s in your closet?

This summer, I found a skeleton in my bedroom closet. It was the skeleton of a squash fruit.

My house is tiny. Things are shoved quite firmly in many nooks and crannies (driving my boyfriend batty at times).

In the bedroom closet I store winter squashes, garlic, and corn. I do this because these vegetables prefer to be stored at room temperature in a dry environment. The garlic is used daily, but sometimes I forget to use the squashes. Eventually, they dry up completely and I am left with skeleton husks…

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