March is National Frozen Food Month

March is National Frozen Food Month

Sara Matbaehchi Ettehad

March is National Frozen Food Month, a time to celebrate the convenience and deliciousness of frozen foods. And for those who follow a gluten-free diet, there are plenty of options to choose from in the frozen food aisle. In this blog, we'll take a closer look at the different categories of gluten-free frozen food and the benefits they offer.

Gluten-Free Frozen Food Categories:

  1. Frozen Vegetables: Many frozen vegetables are naturally gluten-free, and freezing preserves their nutrients and freshness. Look for frozen broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, green beans, and spinach.
  2. Frozen Fruits: Like vegetables, frozen fruits retain their nutrients and flavor. Stock up on frozen berries, mangoes, pineapples, and peaches for smoothies, desserts, and snacks.
  3. Frozen Meat and Poultry: Frozen meats and poultry are convenient and easy to prepare. Look for gluten-free options such as chicken breasts, ground turkey, beef patties, and pork chops.
  4. Frozen Seafood: Frozen seafood can be a healthy and quick meal option. Check for gluten-free labeling on frozen fish fillets, shrimp, crab, and lobster.
  5. Frozen Pizza: Yes, you read that right! There are several brands of gluten-free frozen pizza available, including cauliflower crust options. Just be sure to read the labels carefully to ensure they are gluten-free and free of cross-contamination.
  6. Frozen Meals: Some frozen meals are gluten-free and can be a convenient option for busy weeknights. Look for gluten-free labeling on options like frozen burritos, stir-fries, and vegetable bowls.
  7. Frozen Desserts: Indulge in gluten-free frozen treats like ice cream, sorbet, and popsicles. Just make sure to check the labels for any hidden sources of gluten.

Benefits of Gluten-Free Frozen Food:

1.    Convenience - Frozen food is a convenient option for busy families and individuals who don't have a lot of time to cook. With frozen food, you can have a healthy and delicious meal in minutes.

2.    Cost-effective - Frozen food is often more cost-effective than fresh food, especially when it comes to meat and seafood. Plus, you can buy in bulk and store in the freezer for later use.

3.    Less food waste - Frozen food helps to reduce food waste because you can use only what you need and save the rest for later. This means you can avoid throwing away fresh food that goes bad before you can use it.

4.    Nutritious - Frozen fruits and vegetables are often more nutritious than fresh because they are picked and frozen at peak freshness. This means they retain more of their vitamins and minerals.

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