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Pumpkin Carving - Making an Eye Looking Out

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The two pumpkins were selected on size. The orange pumpkin needed to be big enough for the smaller pumpkin to be inserted inside.

The top was sliced off using a Dremel Mighty Max oscillating saw. The pumpkin pulp and seeds were scooped out. I retained the seeds for roasting later.

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Turn Eye Direction You Want it to Look

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Ok. Pumpkin Eye Ball Complete - Now Roast Seeds

Remove excess pulp. Wash

Coat with olive oil. Use a non salt Mrs. Dash mix. Then, seasoned salt. Spread seeds on a pan in single layer.

350 degrees for 12 minutes or so, stirring every five minutes until they are golden brown.

You can eat both the outside and the inside.

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