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At farmers’ markets, avoid vegetables and herbs that have been—From Keys to Good Cooking by Harold McGee (Source: Review copy, see review policy)
sitting in full sun and are hot to the touch.
Frozen vegetables can equal or better the quality of fresh,
especially vegetables that lose flavor and tenderness rapidly after
harvest. These include green peas, Lima beans, and sweet corn.
I am a huge fan of Harold McGee, who is well known for his On Food and Cooking, an awesome resource of kitchen science. I cannot wait for his new book to be published (October), and if you come back here on October 16, you'll get the full review.