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  • It depends. If they are good quality produce picked fairly ripe and consumed without delay, fresh is obviously best. If it's last year's crop, then I'd go with canned.
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  • yes i always think fresh is best and i mostly use fresh , but i have heard it said tin food is good also ,but yeah fresh sure is tastier :)too
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  • Fresh is best than frozen. Next is canned.
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  • I remember an article once when canned items started being a thing, doctors were reporting people with way too much sodium was in the people, and canned foods was the cause for it. Salt was always a preservative, where indians treated dear meat with it and a whole array of things.
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  • Fresh is better, but what you buy in the store may be suspect. Especially if its not packaged so others can handle it. Canned will last longer but if you have issues with sodium you have to check that. I try to only buy no salt added, and sometimes have to get frozen for that reason. Also fresh will last longer if you spray it with diluted vinegar.
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  • Fresh is best Frozen vegetables and fruit is a second choice. Canned vegetables and fruit is a third choice

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