What are pepitas?
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Pepitas are pumpkin seeds, usually roasted and salted. They are a great snack (like sunflower seeds, but you eat the shell as well) that are are used in candies and baking.
you can also buy them raw, already shelled to use in recipes such as granola, pestos, moles, etc.
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