Think frozen produce can’t hold it’s own against fresh? Think again! Bump up your diet and ease your thoughts about your wallet and your time by making use of frozen fruits and vegetables!
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Miglio, Cristiana, et al. “Effects of different cooking methods on nutritional and physicochemical characteristics of selected vegetables.” Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 56.1 (2007): 139-147.
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Danesi, F., and A. Bordoni. “Effect of home freezing and Italian style of cooking on antioxidant activity of edible vegetables.” Journal of food science73.6 (2008): H109-H112.