I'm making a cheesecake that calls for pureed pumpkin. I don't recall seeing that in the store. Do you puree canned pumpkin yourself or is it just canned pumpkin?
I've always just used it right from the can when a recipe calls for pureed pumpkin.
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Canned pumpkin is pureed, so just use it straight from the can. ;o)
If you are interested in making your own pureed pumpkin, check this out. It's sweeter and the texture is silkier. http://wp.me/P138tL-H
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