Processing the seeds is probably the most labor intensive task when partaking in pumpkin. And, ultimately, has the lowest labor-to-finished-product yield.
First, they must be separated from the slimy pulp... Then oiled, salted and baked. Then you taste them and your carefully prepared pumpkin seeds take about ten minutes to masticate.
But, I think I found a better way...
... to get this.
Boil the seeds for 15 minutes in salted water.
Then rinse, toss in olive oil, and spread on a baknig sheet.
Salt and bake at 400 for 15-20 minutes.
They are perfect.
Nancy (and Belmont)