There totally can be too much of a good thing, especially when its a food that is new to me and I dont know exactly what to do with it. So I have made kabocha squash everything... Here is my blog from when I first was excited about it a few days back. Now not so much. I had a salad for lunch yesterday where I tossed strips of the squash into a frying pan and then cooked it up with garlic, onion and spices and threw it over some raw spinach. Pretty decent. I turned it into kabocha soup thinking (hoping) it would be like butternut squash soup ( which is YUM) but this was not quite there. I followed the Kind Diet recipe for it and everything... it was just so bland. I ended up throwing a pile of spices in there to jazz it up. Everything from cinnamon to curry, chile powder to garlic. I ended up adding a ton of salt and then it was good. So heres my finished product. I had of course like 3 cups left over of the soup so I froze that. I STILL had over a half of the squash left, so I cut it up and froze it too. Hopefully it will keep. If not, at this point Im sick of it and dont care. Don't get me wrong... it was good the first 2-3 times I had it. But the kabocha squash would not go away. It was like no matter how much I cooked and ate it was still there. I cut the rest of it up, and cooked it in the microwave slightly, then put it in the freezer (along with my frozen soup). Maybe another day I'll need it. This week, I'm over it.