We know that some companies have difficulty locating certain, more unique freezer parts in Austin TX.
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Has someone told you that frozen foods lose their nutrients? If so, you were told a myth. In fact, sometimes freezing foods actually brings out the nutritional value in them. For example, frozen fruits and vegetables get processed when they are the ripest, when frozen instead of fresh. You can spread out your consumption of the frozen fruits and vegetables through the course of a few months without any nutritional breakdown taking place. Also, steaming frozen vegetables keeps the vitamins intact, but boiling may cause you to lose some.