PUMPKIN:** The seeds can be cleaned, dried in the sun, and roasted or fried in a pan with a dash of paprika and salt to make a great snack. Or use them on salads, in soups, and on top of baked bread. High in magnesium, they're good for prostate problems. Pumpkin flesh, high in fiber and vitamin A, is a low-cal, filling vegetable. Simmer it slowly with honey, cinnamon, and lemon juice, or add it to soups and sweet-bread recipes.