Talk:Frozen vegetables

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"Frozen vegetables are just as good as WGWAG." I don't think that is right. I think it means Fresh. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.218.111.158 (talk) 05:34, 3 July 2010 (UTC)

Rectangular boxes?[edit]

Is this some kind of terminology? It´s just it seems a bit redundant otherwise, I´ve never seen a round box. Frozen vegetables are either commercially packaged or frozen at home. A wide range of frozen vegetables are sold in supermarkets, sometimes packaged in either rectangular boxes or plastic bags. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 87.235.14.181 (talk) 14:05, 7 March 2013 (UTC)

True; fixed. I've also taken the opportunity to improve the opening paragraph to make it more encyclopedic. Thanks.Gehyra Australis (talk) 10:24, 11 February 2016 (UTC)

Blanching[edit]

This sentence confuses me:

'In general, boiling vegetables can cause them to lose vitamins. Thus, the process of blanching does have deleterious effects on some nutrients.'

The proceeding sentence says can. In this usage that means 'may or may not'. The following sentence says 'thus' and 'does'. Thus it does leave me wondering whether or not it could be true. :)

The real problem is though; what is the connection between 'blanching' and frozen veges? Is blanching used in the process of freezing? Unfortunately I have no reference on the matters, can anyone help? Gehyra Australis (talk) 10:50, 11 February 2016 (UTC)