You can cook your own pie pumpkin to make the purée for this recipe or you can use canned pumpkin purée; just be sure not to use pumpkin pie filling, which is sweetened.
The chemical reaction of baking soda and vinegar makes this pancake batter particularly fluffy. Work quickly.
Be sure to squeeze the zucchini well to remove as much water as possible.
The easiest way to remove corn from the cob is to break the cob in half so you have a flat end. Stand the cob half on the flat end and slice the kernels off.
If a few corn kernels fall off a pancake when you’re cooking it, be sure to remove them from the pan and discard them before you cook the next batch.
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Pie pumpkins, used to make pumpkin purée, are smaller and sweeter than the large pumpkins used for decoration during the fall season.