I have used this word at least twice. It is not officially a word, as it is actually supposed to be "squeezed". Each time I have said "squoze" the conversation has fallen apart into laughter. Not all together a bad thing to fall apart into, but none the less, squoze is not a word.
I'm not sure where it came from, if I have heard it somewhere before, or if some language wires are crossed up in my gray matter. It just came out. "I squoze the other molds to make sure they were cured." Natural as can be.
In the case of orange juice, I am 100% sure that I would never ask for fresh squoze, but fresh squeezed.
I tried to think of other words that would follow the same pattern that I, apparently, have adopted for squeeze.
Freeze is as close as I can get.
The water will freeze.
The water is freezing.
The water froze.
The water has frozen.
The problem here is that I would never say squozen, or squozed for that matter. For the record I know that nothing has ever frozed.