067: Can frozen vegetables be trusted for folate?
Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 67
Can frozen vegetables be trusted for folate?
You absolutely cannot trust frozen vegetables as a source of folate ever. That's because folate is extremely unstable in the freezer, and you have no idea how old the vegetables are. If they were fresh-frozen yesterday, they'd probably have plenty of folate. But if they were fresh-frozen three months ago, they may seem completely fresh and yet they don't have any folate in them.
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