Fresh vs Frozen: It’s Not Just About the Veggies


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I just wanted to make a quick addition to my last post about fresh vs frozen veggies. The fresh vs frozen debate also extends to eating fish, and as I wrote about veggies, frozen might be a better bet than fresh. If the fish you want is out of season, or being shipped from far, far away then getting it frozen, might be better for you. Frozen fish also has the same practical benefits of frozen veggies: better portion control and greater longevity (without all those preservatives). This page from the FDA about seafood safety outlines some of the reasons to go for frozen over fresh fish and lists some great suggestions to make sure that you’re getting the best of the bunch when you go food shopping.

3 thoughts on “Fresh vs Frozen: It’s Not Just About the Veggies

  1. Appreciate for the insightful post. I was trying to subscribe to your RSS feed, but I couldn’t seem to get it working with my RSS reader. Is there something wrong, or is it my fault (I’m a bit of a technophobe!)?

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