12 Frozen Foods You Should Avoid at All Costs

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Burger patties

Nothing compares to grilling burgers on a Saturday/Sunday evening, especially when they are fresh. The smell, the taste, the texture… From A to Z, everything single bite is perfect, so why ruin everything with frozen burger patties? Make your own mouth-watering burgers from scratch!

Frozen burgers usually contain yeast, preservatives, added sugar, added salt, and flour. All of these ingredients are completely unnecessary to make a burger. A real burger needs three ingredients: meat, pepper, and salt. And let’s say you still want to opt for burger patties (for whatever the reason), at least read the labels!

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1 thought on “12 Frozen Foods You Should Avoid at All Costs”

  1. Absolutely RIGHT….If ya don’t have the time to prepare it fresh, then ya don’t have the time to enjoy it at all….I do freeze leftovers that will be eaten within a week just to have more storage space in the refrigerator for upcoming meal preparation. I will say I do have a side of beef in the freezer as well as some fresh chicken, but this meat is totally raw – no condiments or preservatives used and kept at -4 degrees Centigrade. I’ve never had any issue with thawing and cooking the freezer meat. The cuisine here is very basic and simple. I seldom shop at a popular “grocery store”, but rather the butcher, dairy or bakery – all which are local here.

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