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 What is the nutritional value of dried vegetables?

Answer Dried vegetables are nutritious because they contain vitamins, minerals and fiber. However, the dehydration process does remove some of the vegetables' original nutrients.FiberFiber is the part of ... Read More »
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Do canned vegetables have almost zero nutritional value?

Wrong. Veggies in a can are nutritional. Not as fresh as frozen but none the less they are a fair nutritional intake. I use them in casseroles and with fried rice.
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Why do dried fruits&dried beans swell when they are cooked?

Dried beans and dried fruits have been heated or left in the sun to desiccate them. When you reconstitute them by cooking them or just soaking them in water, they swell up because their cells are a... Read More »
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How does the taste of organic vegetables compare to conventionally grown vegetables?

Statistically speaking on a variety of tests the results have always shown that in double blind experiments 71% of organic shoppers preferred the taste of Conventionally grown Tomatoes, 80% guessed... 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 »
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