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5 Types of Frozen Vegetables That Can Improve Your Health

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Do you buy fresh vegetables at the grocery store and then let them languish in the refrigerator because you can’t get around to preparing them? Fresh vegetables go bad quickly, and they’re more difficult to prepare than their frozen cousins. When you have a freezer full of frozen vegetables, getting your “daily nine” is as simple as tossing them into soups or heating them in the microwave and serving them with a healthy sauce.

There are other advantages to keeping a stash of frozen vegetables in your freezer. Frozen veggies actually have greater nutritional value  since they’re frozen quickly after they’re harvested. Fresh vegetables have to survive the journey to market where they lose some of their vitamins along the way. They’re also more economical, especially if you let fresh vegetables go bad in the refrigerator before you get around to preparing them. Here are five types of frozen vegetables that deserve a special place in your freezer.


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