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Frozen veggies and fine? I use tons of frozen spinach, broccoli and berries in my smoothies every morning.
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I was thinking, that as there is nutrient & enzyme loss each minute after picking, not to mention cutting of vegetables, (i.e a slice or two of pumpkin or whatever & refrigerating the rest) that maybe frozen vegs are better??
As there are only two of us & even though we are both 0's, we sometimes use different vegs... So, unless I bought or picked fresh every day, we could not be getting optimal nutrition from our purchased vegs once they got to be a few days old (& also who really  knows how long they sit on the truck or in the shop before I buy them...I always recall my FiL suggesting I "get fresh carrots from the garden" as the lot I was about to use "were yesterday's..."
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Local fishermans just add ice on the container before selling there fresh catch then delivered quickly to the market every morning where I buy. Is it consider flash frozen? How does or how can a polyamine be called bad when it occured?


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Local fishermans just add ice on the container before selling there fresh catch then delivered quickly to the market every morning where I buy. Is it consider flash frozen? How does or how can a polyamine be called bad when it occured?


No, in that case the ice is just a form of refrigeration.

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Flash freezing refers to the process in various industries whereby objects are quickly frozen by subjecting them to cryogenic temperatures, or in direct contact with Liquid nitrogen at -320.8F or -196°C.
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