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Can You Freeze Fresh Vegetables Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Can You Freeze Fresh Vegetables.

Simple Ways to Preserve Fruits and Vegetables

Summer is the season for fresh produce—from your garden, the local farmers market, or nearby farms. It can be so tempting to buy in bulk—after all, you've waited all year for the perfect strawberry or tomato—and when you grow yo...  Read more

Eating Healthy on a Budget

When you’re on a tight budget, the thought of preparing tasty, healthy meals on a regular basis can seem daunting. Not only is it easy to get sucked in by grocery merchandising tricks, but it’s also normal for most of us to fall into...  Read more

Shakin' It Up with the Skinny on Salt

Even if you are not a potato chip and pretzel junkie, you’re probably eating more salt than you realize. Sodium, the main ingredient in table salt, can hide in places you don’t suspect, like in ketchup, frozen dinners, instant hot cereals...  Read more

Easy Ways to Eat 5 Fruits & Veggies Each Day

"Eat your fruits and vegetables." We've heard it all of our lives. If only it were so simple. Our bodies crave fruits and vegetables more than just about any other food because we tend to get far fewer of them than we need. We ofte...  Read more

High Blood Pressure? Have a DASH of Spark

For years, battling high blood pressure meant throwing out the salt shaker and throwing on the sweatpants. We now know that there’s more to the picture. Exercise and maintaining a healthy weight have always been powerful tools for managing...  Read more

Food safety question: frozen mussels
Updated 7/10/2014 3:54:41 PM

If you found mussels frozen, in their shells, untreated, would they still be safe to eat?...  Read more

canned pumpkin
Updated 7/12/2014 1:41:01 PM

Our neighbor gave us cans of pumpkin and I have no idea what to do with it (besides make pie). Any ideas?...  Read more

Starting Fresh- Looking for Support/Friends
Updated 7/7/2014 11:29:42 AM

Hi, my name is Nikia and I am 33 years old. I am new to spark people but not new to weight loss. I have previously lost weight before and had even made it pretty close to my goal weight. Anyway, during the last 13 months I have gained most of the...  Read more

What is a "serving size" for vegetables?
Updated 6/30/2014 8:47:20 AM

I just read an online article (Huffington Post, I think) that says 7-8 servings of vegetables per day will enhance health in measurable ways. I don't doubt the overall idea that vegetables have health benefits, but is there a "standard amount" (...  Read more

Does frozen yogurt have viable probiotics
Updated 6/21/2014 12:42:43 PM

Does freezing the yogurt kill the probiotics?...  Read more

eat vegetables

when the vegetables are some ripe or on sale I buy by the box and I do canning or prepare for the freezer today I learned that the dates can freeze up to 6 months and be fresh like fresh...  Read more

Left over vegetable salad

When I make a vegetable salad with several cans of veggies and fresh onion, celery, bell pepper, I freeze the leftovers. Then I can add tomato sauce, low fat chicken broth and have a hearty soup. You can also add turkey or chicken....  Read more

Spread the Spark!

This group provides resources and encouragement and fresh ideas for current SparkPeople members who want to help "Spread the Spark!"...  Read more

Which is Better: Canned or Frozen Vegetables?

Fresh fruits and vegetables serve as a nutritional powerhouse for most healthy diets. Loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals, they also help protect against disease. Sure there are small health risks from pesticides, but those are e...  Read more

Why Fruits & Vegetables Are So Good for You

The 2010 U.S. dietary guidelines recommend that all Americans eat more fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet. Government guidelines aside, you surely grew up with your mom telling you to eat your vegetables. Or maybe you even hear it now fr...  Read more