7 Groceries Chefs Say You Should Never Purchase Frozen

By Vasantha

October 25, 2022

According to a recent report, the global frozen food market would increase from $252.19 billion in 2021 to $389.90 billion in 2030. 

Recent Report 

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Herbs always add flavor to food, in my opinion, especially when they are fresh. Personally, I'm not even a big fan of dried herbs.

Herb

Bujalski advises against using frozen ready-made bread. It's the consistency rather than a nutrient.

Bujalski

Strawberries are porous, freezing them causes them to get overly wet and actually fall apart. 

Strawberries 

Scallops, in example, retain water whether they are injected with water or not, and when they are cooked

Scallops 

Gunderson, who serves as the head pastry chef at her restaurant, Sal's of Southern Pines, explained that when they are baked.

Gunderson 

Irby argues that cooked frozen broccoli is dreadfully mushy. 

Irby

According to The Forked Spoon's chief chef, recipe developer, photographer, and writer Jessica Randhawa, 

Forked Spoon 

Broccoli is a fragile product that "does not hold up well in the frozen food chain." 

Broccoli

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