Can frozen vegetables cause botulism?

Answer On One Hand: Naturally Present BacteriaThe botulism bacteria exists naturally in soil and water, so vegetables will likely come in contact with the bacteria prior to freezing. The bacteria itself i... Read More »

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Are frozen or tinned vegetables, ANY less healthy, or benificial than fresh vegetables?

Hi Dr. Gonzo! Fresh vegetables are ALWAY the healthiest. Processed food lose some of their nutrients. Processed includes but not limited to cooked, frozen, canned, and growned. While fresh vegetabl... Read More »

What is the cause of dietary infant botulism?

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Can swallowing a small fish bone cause botulism?

It's not very likely to, particularly if it is cooked.Chetak

Can canned vegetables be frozen?

Although you can freeze canned vegetables, it is not recommended. Doing so could damage the quality of the product, including the taste and texture. Canned vegetables are stable at room temperatur... Read More »