In my experience frozen food has helped get through university, they are cheap, easy to make and on the ready. They also last a long time while they are frozen. Some might believe that frozen food is not as fresh and that it may contain high amounts of sodium. Well, allow me to help clear the air on these rumours.
Firstly, frozen food, including frozen fruits and vegetables, retain most of their nutritional value when they are frozen. A study at the University of Georgia in the United States showed that frozen fruit and vegetables had retained most of its nutritional value after 5 days, as compared to their non-frozen counterparts. And in regard to high sodium content, you can get frozen meals with low sodium as many companies who produce frozen food have taken into account the points of view of the health-conscious.
Frozen food has really made things easier for me when it came to making lunch or dinner. It was quick and easy, so I can quickly get back to my studies. However, we can all admit, nothing beats the feeling of having freshly cooked meals. You can find good supplies of frozen food from the suppliers of frozen food Singapore. They have something great to offer!
And if I’m being honest, living on frozen food for 2 months straight does bring wonders to what your palette can handle. After consuming frozen food for a while, eating a freshly made dish re-awakened my taste buds and made me have a better appreciation and love for a meal cooked from scratch, after a long period of eating mushy meals, alone in my room while trying to complete a 5 thousand word essay that was due the week after. So frozen, in all isn’t bad, it helps me waste less time trying to cook a meal myself but as said before, nothing can beat a fresh meal.