Pumpkins

How many cups of pumpkin in 796 millitliers?

796 ml = 3.36449526 US cups dry or about 3 1/2 cups wet

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How heavy are pumpkins in km?

There can be no possible answer. A kilometre (km) is a measure of distance, not of weight!

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When was Wild Pumpkins At Midnight created?

Wild Pumpkins At Midnight was created in 1984.

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Why does a pumpkin have a stem?

Every type of fruit has a stem. It all grows on plants. The plant provides the fruit with food so the fruit can grow. A pumpkin is a fruit just like an apple or an orange.

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Which continent are pumpkins not grown on?

As far as we know, Antarctica is the only continent without pumpkins (and most other plants). It is possible that some are grown experimentally at the scientific stations.

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Where was this year's largest pumpkin grown?

Chris Stevens of New Richmond, Wi. Brought his 1810.5 pound pumpkin, to the Stillwater Harvest fest in Stillwater, Minnesota, on October 9, 2010.

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Will cows eat pumpkins?

if they are broken open they will eat the insides

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Will chickens eat pumpkin skin?

Not the actual outside of skin itself, they will leave that but they will peck at and eat all the layers of pulp, plus all the stringy seed membrane including the seeds. Bust a pumkin open for them in the fall and all that will be left over is the thin hard dark orange outer layer of skin.

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How many pumpkins are there in the kiss radio contest?

Sign into Kiss VIP and go to the count how many pumpkins in the gallery under Bonus Codes. The answer is 94

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Why did your pumpkin pie collapse?

If you want to keep your pie from collapsing, do these three things: 1) add 1 table spoon corn starch to thicken the batter; 2) add 1 tea spoon salt to keep the batter from foaming; C) used sweetened condensed milk instead of cream so less moisture escapes from the pie while it's baked.

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What states can you not plant a pumpkin?

You can't plant a pumpkin in delware because of the infertile soil.

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What does little pumpkin mean in English?

It means like sweetie,baby things like that for example you could say that to you girlfriend like " hey pumpkin" Ooo and it also can be use to father to daughter like "come here pumpkin".

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The pumpkin is a vegetable or a fruit?

Scientifically, a fruit is the mature ovary of any flowering plant. By this definition a pumpkin is a fruit, and so is a cucumber, a green bean, a tomato, an apple, the whirligig "keys" produced by a maple tree, a bell pepper and a chestnut, along with many hundreds of other things that form on p...

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Where did pumpkin come from?

it comes from a flower but it originated from north America

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Do you have to heat up a pumpkin pie when its store bought?

No, you dont HAVE to heat it up that is just one way you can eat it... you can put it in the microwave for 3 minutes and it makes it crunchy and DELICIOUS! Or, you can eat it cold! I like it like that too!

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Is pumpkin good for you?

yes it has lots of Vitamin C

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Do you have to cook canned pumpkin to use it?

No, It's already cooked.

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How do you get the pumpkin past the kids on great pumpkin island?

Stop short of the swings but get as close as you can. When the girl closest to you swings backward, push the pumpkin quickly across past all three swings.

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Why do pumpkin seeds sprout inside the pumpkin?

It grows inside the pumpkin so if a animal needs to get the seeds it is harder because it needs to get through the outer layer and the skin to get the seeds.

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Is a pumpkin a veggie?

Pumpkin is a type of fruit because it has seeds. As used in recipes and pies, it could be considered as a fruit, a vegetable, or both.

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What can you make out of pumpkin?

You can make a ice cooler if you take out all of the contents of a pumpkin... cooking wise... pumpkin pie, pumpkin ice cream, toasted seeds of a pumpkin

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Do you boil fresh pumpkin before making pumpkin pie?

Yes, then the pumpkin pie is juicer.

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When was Pumpkin Soup created?

Pumpkin Soup was created on 2007-12-14.

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How do you mash a pumpkin?

Cut off the top and scoop out the seeds. Peel the rind off of the pumpkin, and cut it into chunks; then boil or roast it. Once cooked, the pumpkin flesh will be easy to mash.

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Is the pumpkin elf real?

honestly no ! any elf isn't real

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Why is Illinois the biggest pumpkin producing state?

The soil and the climate are perfect for pumpkins.

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How tall is the average pumpkin?

12 inch. to 10 feet it matters what kind of pumpkin

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Where do pumpkins come from?

From a pumpkin seed. It's planted in the ground and then grows into a vine. The pumpkins grow as a fruit on the pumpkin vine in the "pumpkin patch." They sit on the ground and can become very large and heavy.

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Is it safe for your pony to eat pumpkin?

Yes, most ponies love pumpkin!

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Did Ancient Romans eat pumpkins?

No, pumpkins are native of the Western Hemisphere. I wonder about this. Seneca of ancient Rome wrote a satire translated as "Pumpkinification." Wouldn't he have had to know what pumpkins were long before anyone there would have known about the western hemisphere? The answer to that is no. The wor...

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Can you eat the pumpkin that you have used to make your Jack-o'-lantern?

Answer Yes! You need to cook it though. You could use it in a curry or a soup too. I always toast the seeds and sprinkle them in salad. The "meat" can also be used in pumpkin bread, cookies, cakes. I don't think that's sucha good idea, the pumpkin has been sitting out all day and accumulates ...

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What color besides orange do pumpkins come in?

Pumpkins come in many colors such as: Dark Blue, Green, Tan, White, and Yellow. Some pumpkins even have more than one color on them.

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Can you eat pumpkin seed shells?

Only if they are cooked or toasted. Try doing that in an oven or on a skillet. They're actually a good source of fiber! If you're wondering about packaged kinds then read the package it came in. They say to either crack the shell or pop the whole thing into your mouth. Of course i do every year ...

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Pumpkins are a member of what family group?

i think they are a member of the squash family... if that's even a food family... lol

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What does the craved pumpkin mean?

its not craved its CARVED....you f'n idiot

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Do small pumpkins have seeds?

no. smaller pumpkins are otherwise known as gourds so technically, they don't have seeds

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How long does it take for pumpkins to wither?

Storing whole, mature pumpkins in a dry, airy location - 50°F to 55°F with a relative humidity of 60 percent to 75 percent would give it a life for several months. Handle pumpkins carefully to avoid surface damage, which leads to decay and shortens shelf life. Remove pumpkins showing any signs of...

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How do you get the pumpkin home?

Pumpkins require no special attention to bring them home from the grocery store or farmer's market. Simply lay the pumpkin in the floorboard of your car, you can also place it in a bag, or lay it in your trunk. Once you get the pumpkin home, store it in a cool area, and don't store it for very lo...

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What state produces the most pumpkins?

Illinois followed by California

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Can canned pumpkin for baking simply be pureed by putting into a blender on the setting of puree?

Yes. Search the internet for pureeing pumpkin if you are not quite sure and want a recipe.

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When was Spookley the Square Pumpkin created?

Spookley the Square Pumpkin was created in 2004.

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Is pumpkin ice cream real?

yes i had pumpkin ice cream a couple of months ago.

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Are white pumpkin seeds edible?

Yes they're edible, you just clean them, line them up on a cookie sheet, sprinkle salt on top of them, and bake them.

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How pumpkins get to the fields?

By planting it's seeds.

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How did the Colonists cook pumpkin pie?

It is likely that they baked them in the brick ovens they had. They had small fires in them and they could make them as warm or hot as they wanted by using metal to put over the fire.

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How long does a flower of a pumpkin last?

a pumpkin flower lasts for a few days. male flowers last for about a week and females last a bit longer.

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Is pumpkin fatterning?

is pumpkin by its self fatterning

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What are some delicious holiday dessert recipes?

I would suggest trying the holiday dessert, pumpkin cake roll! All you need is 3 eggs, 1 cup of sugar, 2/3 cups of Pumpkin, 1 tsp of lemon juice, 3/4 cups of all purpose flour, 1 tsp of baking powder, 2 tsps of cinnamon, 1 tsp of ginger, 1/2 of nutmeg, and 1/2 a tsp of salt.

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What can you eat from a pumpkin?

Everything butthe stem. You can eat the sides, although I would cook it like you would squash and you can also eat the seeds. Again I would cook them. The best way would be to roast the seeds.

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Do pumpkins grow in England?

Pumkins do grow in England.

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Why are pumpkins in Halloween?

Believe it or not, turnips were used for Jack-o'-Lanterns before pumpkins. When the tradition of the Jack-o'-Lantern went from Europe to the US, pumpkins were more readily available than turnips and were larger, allowing for easier carving. That's why the pumpkin is used today.

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Where do you find the key for the pumpkin house on mcworld?

ther is no key to the pumpkin house.. only to the treehouse and the castle portion of the house. the pumpkin is just a decoration not a room

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How heavy was the heaviest pie ever made?

The largest pie, confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records, was a pumpkin pie made in Ohio in 2010. It weighed 3,699 lb.

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How does a rotting pumpkin benefit the environment?

It is made of organic materials and decomposes. Upon decomposition, it returns all its nutrients into the soil, where they can be used as fertilizer, allowing the growth of new organisms in that space.

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Can you hold more pumpkins or more pennies?

Pennies...unless your pumpkins are the size of dimes.

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How long does pumpkin roll last?

For 1-2 weeks in the freezer.

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Are small pumpkins the same as the big ones?

No, small pumpkins are baking/cooking pumpkins; large pumpkins are carving pumpkins and their flesh does not cook as well as do the small ones.

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What is in a pumpkin?

Pumpkins have seeds and pulp on the inside.

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Honey-Wheat Pumpkin Muffins?

Ingredients 1 c Libby's solid pac Pumpkin 1 c Milk 1/4 c Melted butter 1/4 c Honey 1 Egg slightly beaten 1 c Whole wheat flour 1 c All purpose flour 1/2 c Sugar 1/4 ts Salt 1/2 c Chopped walnuts Preheat oven to 400.. Combine pumpkin, milk, butter, honey, and egg mixing well... Combine flours, s...

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What is the classification of pumpkin?

kingdom Plantae Phylum Class Order Cucurbitales Family Cucurbitaceae Genus Cucurbita Species

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What is pumpkin orange?

Pumpkin is a shade of orange that is commonly associated with pumpkins, it is also the name of an Anything Muppet pattern (the tall kind with the oval head)

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Is a pumpkin a weed?

No, a pumpkin is not a weed. The squash plant cultivar in question meets edible, ornamental and utilitarian requirements that define a useful plant because of its roles in food, holiday decorations and landscape interest. A weed in contrast tends to be defined as a plant that grows where the part...

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When did Pumpkin - musician - die?

Pumpkin - musician - died in 1990.

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How do you fix pumpkin flowers?

Many people take the male flowers and dip them in batter and deep fry them. Some people also use the female flowers, but this will prevent the vine from bearing pumpkins.

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Should pumpkin pie be covered while refrigerated?

Yes, a fridge will tend to dry out unwrapped food.

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Why do you use pumpkins for Halloween?

You use it to scare people. Traditionally such carved lamps were used to ward off evil spirits.

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Do little pumpkins have pumpkin pulp in them?

Yes, every pumpkin does.

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Can pumpkins grow in space?

Many types of plants have been germinated in space aboard the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. I was unable to find any information on anyone attempting to grow pumpkins to fruition, but it is theoretically possible, as long as you can account for providing water and nutrients i...

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How do you get the pumpkin to the house without breaking it?

1.you get it throgh all the checkpoints 2.push through the log

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How many seeds does a pumpkin have?

it have 87 seeds in a pumpkin.

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Which is longer a pumpkin or a orange?

First, explain what you mean by "longer". The somebody may be able to answer your question.

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How do a pumpkin grow?

All pumpkins start from a seed that can be planted into the ground but is suggested by most gardeners to be started inside before transferring them outdoors. Most pumpkins take about 100 days to mature and need to have other pumpkin plants around it so that they can pollinate.

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What can be used as a ginger substitute in pumpkin pie?

Allspice, cinnamon, mace, or nutmeg can all be used as substitutions for ginger.

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What eats a pumpkin?

Humans and animals alike eat pumpkins.

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Why do you eat pumpkin on Thanksgiving?

We eat pumpkin on Thanksgiving because it was one of the man foods the pilgrims ate.

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What can be made from pumpkins?

People use pumpkins for Halloween and cooking. The parts of the pumpkins that are used for cooking are the seeds and the skin. Seeds can be fried in oil with salt and skins are used for stuff like pie. Cut up and bake (or boil) the pumpkin immediately on Halloween night after your trick-or-treate...

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Why are pumpkins decorations?

there's a rumour that people use pumpkins as decorations to keep vampires away from houses during Halloween

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Does pumpkin pie really have pumpkin in it?

Yes, pumpkin pie contains a large amount of pumpkin.

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What sort of pumpkin competitions are featured at Punkin Chunkin?

Punkin Chunkin mainly features a pumpkin shooting contest. People shoot away pumpkins with self-built cannons. The pumpkin must remain intact until it hits the ground in order for the attempt to be valid. In addition they also feature cooking contests.

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Where can someone purchase a Pumpkin Patch Baby?

One can purchase a Pumpkin Patch Baby from the following stores: Pumpkin Patch Kids, Pumpkin Patch, Pumpkin Patch Baby USA, Ebay, Amazon, Etsy, Nordstorm.

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Is pumpkin seed same as Flax seed?

Absolutely not ! They are from completely unrelated plants !

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When was Pumpkin House created?

Pumpkin House was created in 1820.

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How long after you plant the seed will you get a pumpkin?

The usual time from sowing to harvest is between twelve to sixteen weeks. Miniature varieties are less than this.

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Can you use cooked pumpkin if it has been in the refrigator for 5 days?

no you can not use cooked pumkin if it had been refrigatored for 5 days because it won't have the pumkin flavor and you can't bake or fry cooked pumkin

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Is it possible to eat a pumpkin all in one go?

That is difficult to say. I would think it depends on how big the pumpkin is and how hungry the person is. But who would really eat one raw?? Guess it all depends on the person eating it.

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Can you make and sell pumpkin rolls without a license?

No you can not. It has to be regulated by the state.

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Can you wait a few days to roast pumpkin seeds?

yes, but not much more than a week

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How do you get the bewitched pumpkin on Howrse?

The Bewitched Pumpkin was a limited edition Halloween BM item. It is no longer available.

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Why are pumpkin seeds a living thing?

Raw pumpkin seeds, when planted, grow in to pumpkin plants, which have more pumpkins (with more seeds).That is called reproduction, and only living things reproduce.

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How does the frontier change when technological change affects only the pumpkin industry?

a technological change affects only the pumpkin industry?

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What is a pumpkin's phylum?

Phylum is the term that's used for animals. Division and phylum are the terms that are alternately used for plants. Pumpkins belong to the Magnoliophyta division-phylum.

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Why do you put a pumpkin on your front steps on Halloween?

* * The Irish brought the Jack O'Lantern to America. The Jack O'Lantern legend goes back hundreds of years in Irish History. As the story goes, Stingy Jack was a miserable, old drunk who liked to play tricks. He played tricks on the Devil himself. One day, he tricked the Devil into climbing up an...

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Where did the pumpkin orginate?

thought to have originated in North America although seeds have been found in Mexico from 6000 years BC

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How do you get a pumpkin head on toontown?

Ok first you go to the toontown website then you scroll down until you see Halloween treats or something like that. Then read it and you will understand.

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What is the connection between Halloween and pumpkins?

relationship is PONKA :p

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How much does a average pumpkin weigh?

The average pumpkin weighs about 50 pounds.

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Can you paint pumpkins?

Yes you can - use any paint you like - just don't attempt to eat it afterwards.

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Why are pumpkins important?

because they are delicious and easy to grow. They were one of several staple crops grown by native Americans prior to invasion by European settlers, and they make much better jack o lanterns than turnips.

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Who discovered Halloween?

actually, Halloween wasn't discovered. The ancient Celts used to believe that on Halloween all the spirits would come out and walk the earth. That is where it came from.

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Is Cybo searching for a certain something?

Cybo is certainly after a "certain something". It has the aroma of pumpkin pie garnished with a blend of ambivalence and trepidation.

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